Bullying is a painful reality for a majority of Canadian children and youth. Whether they are the ones being hurt, or the ones being aggressive towards others, children may find talking to adults about bullying difficult. Adult intervention is the key to bullying prevention. Parents and educators alike need to be aware of the behaviours and emotional signs that children are being victimized or are using power aggressively. In this school resource guide you will find activities to engage students from a range of grade levels and to be adapted to the time that you have available. We encourage you to engage the whole school and community during bullying awareness week.
Applications for this year’s Youth Peer Leadership program are now open for youth ages 19-25! 6 communities from the Qikiqtani region have been selected: Successful applicants will travel to Iqaluit for November 29- December 1, 2023. You can find more details about this program as well as the application forms at the bottom of this.
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Every month IIKELC is highlighting inspiring and uplifting stories from Nunavummiut across the territory. This month we are proud to celebrate Kendall Aknavigak! Please enjoy her story below… “I have faced many adversities in my life. I have overcome the death of my best friend and my father,who both passed away within a year of.
Every month IIKELC is highlighting inspiring and uplifting stories from Nunavummiut across the territory. This month we are proud to celebrate Akutaq Williamson Bathory! Please enjoy her story below… “Through difficult moments in life it is important to me to recognize where I am in life and who I am supported by. This support comes.
Every month IIKELC is highlighting inspiring and uplifting stories from Nunavummiut across the territory. This month we are proud to celebrate Brittany Holm! Please enjoy her story below… “My name is Brittany Holm, I am the Mental Health Outreach and Addictions worker here in Naujaat. I have been working in this position for five years now. I.
Please enjoy these colouring pages that were developed for the Suicide prevention summit.