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PCFSA delivers counselling and other supportive programs for children, youth, adults, couples, groups and families.

 


We acknowledge the L’Kwungen speaking people, the Scia’new Nation and T’Sou-ke Nation, on whose unceded traditional territories our work and activities take place.

 

Internal /External Job Posting                    #081621B

Job Title:                                             Youth and Family Counsellor (YFC) Community Outreach               

                                                             Prevention and Education (COPE) Program

Grid Level:                                          BCGEU 14 Paraprofessional wage grid position, reporting to the Executive Director or delegate.

Hours:                                                  Temporary full-time position – 35 hours per week. May lead to permanent.

Anticipated start date:                  ASAP

Anticipated end date:                    June 30, 2022

Actual schedule to be negotiated with the Director of Counselling and Social Services. Evening work is required.

The initial 3-month period is a probationary period.

To operate from all PCFSA’s locations and will include outreach and remote work.

Posting date:  August 16, 2021

Closing date:  until filled

Please submit your application by email to sradford@pcfsa.org and lnelson@pcfsa.org .

This position is open to applicants of all genders and requires BCGEU Union membership.

Please contact Sara Radford or Liz Nelson directly with any queries.

Detailed job description attached

JOB DESCRIPTION

Youth and Family Counsellor

Grid level 14 Paraprofessional

The Youth and Family Counsellor (YFC) is directly responsible to the Executive Director (or delegate) for the provision of a range of services to children, youth and families who are referred to the program primarily by MCFD.  The YFC Assesses client issues, develops, and implements counselling plans for individual, groups and families.  Plans and conducts short term individual and/or group counselling sessions using a variety of therapeutic and counselling techniques and evidence-based strategies.  Provides skill building in identified areas.  Provides case management services.  The pay rate is according to the BCGEU Collective Agreement, grid level 14.

Key Responsibilities and Duties:

  1. Gathers relevant information by interviewing, observing behaviour, meeting with caregivers and service providers.  Conducts structured analyses of the information gathered to provide an assessment to establish service priorities.
  2. Provides crisis intervention and support for youth and parents in conflict.
  3. Provides short-term (up to 3 months) family mediation, support and counselling to re-stabilize family situations.
  4. Provides 1:1 counselling for individual family members, requiring additional support debriefing, or relationship building.
  5. Facilitates groups according to needs and interests.
  6. Provides skill building in areas such as parenting, anger management and self management techniques.
  7. Provides outreach/community development by maintaining relationships with relevant community service providers/partners, and by participating in/attending local youth and community events.
  8. Provides information about adolescent development, healthy communications, anger management, or other relevant topic areas, as required.
  9. Assists families in accessing appropriate services and resources.
  10. Maintains ongoing consultations and liaison with referring MCFD staff.
  11. Monitors client’s progress and provides follow up planning. 
  12. Maintains accurate hardcopy and electronic records according to agency policy and best practices standards.
  13. Participates in activities supporting development of West Shore youth services, as appropriate.
  14. Participates as a member of the PCFSA youth team, coordinating caseloads and sharing caseload/waitlist management duties as required.
  15. Participates in/provides youth e-counselling service provision and development of appropriate web-site informational content as required and appropriate.

General Expectations:

  1.  The YFC is responsible for his/her professional proficiency by keeping up to date on relevant clinical and social developments, potentially affecting practice.
  2. The YFC should seek to obtain and maintain professional registration and/or licensing with appropriate professional entities, where appropriate and available.
  3. The YFC is expected to become familiar with and be aware of all relevant policies and best practice standards of PCFSA, as well as to contribute to appropriate organizational developmental activities and practices, upon request.
  4. It is expected that the YFC will make all appropriate efforts to engage with youth who may resist involvement with the program.
  5. They YFC will consult regularly with his/her supervisor regarding clinical, case and program matters.

This position requires a bachelor or master’s degree in human services and extensive experience of service provision to children, youth and families, or an equivalent combination of training and experience.First Aid certification, a Class 5 Driver’s License and strong computer skills, are also required.

Conditions of Employment:

  1. This position is 35 hours per week, with the actual schedule to be negotiated with the supervisor, and will include some evening and weekend work, according to program needs.
  2. The YFC is expected to use his/her own vehicle during the course of employment and to transport clients on occasion.  Maintaining a valid class 5 driver’s license and adequate insurance coverage of at least ($3,000,000) is required.  Mileage will be reimbursed as per the Collective Agreement.
  3. The YFC will undertake a recent criminal record check prior to commencement of employment.
  4. The first three months of employment will constitute a probationary period, after which a performance appraisal will be conducted to determine suitability for further employment.
  5. This is a union position (BCGEU).

Additional Information:

This position involves work in stressful circumstances, often dealing with youth and families in crisis situations involving behavioural or justice issues.The ability to function independently and frequently under pressure, including managing emergencies, is an ongoing expectation of this position.

This job description is subject to the finalization of the Job Evaluation process.


 Internal/External Job Posting                                                                    #18012021

Job Title:                    Regular Clinical Counsellor – Sexual Intervention Program (SAIP)                                                             

Grid Level:                Grid 16 BCGEU wage grid position, reporting to the Director of Counselling and Social Services

Hours:                        .8 FTE (28 hours per week)

Start Date:                 As soon as possible

Posting date:            December 6, 2021

Closing date:            Until filled

The Sexual Abuse Counsellor provides a broad range of Telehealth and in-person clinical services to children and youth ages 5-19, as well as support for their caregivers/families. The Sexual Abuse Intervention counsellor operates from some or all PCFSA’s locations. Please see attached job description for more details on job responsibilities.

Please submit your application by email to sradford@pcfsa.org

This position is open to applicants of all genders and requires BCGEU Union membership.

Please contact Sara Radford directly with any queries.

Sexual Abuse Intervention Program Clinical Counsellor

Job Description

The SAIP Clinical Counsellor is directly responsible to the Executive Director or delegate for a range of clinical services to clients and community.

In particular, the Sexual Abuse Clinical Counsellor provides clinical service to children, adolescents and their families, referred by professionals, agencies and friends in the community, or who come self-referred. Clients of this program are children under the age of majority who show indications of having been sexually abused and may also exhibit sexual intrusive behaviour as a result of their victimization.

Duties and Activities:

  • Conducts social and family assessments, as well as historical reviews of presenting circumstances.
  • Provides intervention through individual/group counselling, support, education, and/or family meetings/interviews.
  • Evaluates services with participation of individuals served.
  • Collaborates and consults with relevant community and health service providers, as appropriate.
  • Provides recommendations to referral sources, service providers, and/or families that are relevant to judicial follow-up, child apprehension or reunification, referral to additional professional resources or case closure.
  • Maintains and provides written assessments, reports or statistical information for referral and funding sources, as appropriate.
  • Maintains professional records of work with individuals served, according to agency policy (utilizing both hard-copy and database technologies).
  • Maintains appropriate caseload numbers, as determined by agency policy and contractual expectations.
  • Conducts regular case consultation and supervision sessions, to promote practice excellence, and to address and resolve practice issues and challenges.
  • Provides occasional support, supervision, and direction to practicum students in the Schools of Social Work, Child Care, Psychology or Art Therapy, as appropriate.
  • Undertakes other related duties from time to time as determined by the Executive Director or delegate.

Competencies/Conditions:

  • Understands and applies relevant legislation, policy and accreditation standards.
  • Applies professional ethics to clinical practice.
  • Maintains competencies, exercises professionalism, and acts within scope of practice constraints.
  • Recognizes the signs and indicators of child sexual abuse and/or maltreatment.
  • Understands age-appropriate sexual behaviour and stages of normal child development.
  • Differentiates between the factors that constitute abuse and/or neglect, and normative parenting styles.
  • Demonstrates competency and humility with regard to diversity and culture.
  • Understands unique vulnerabilities and treatment considerations in children with disabilities.
  • Understand and applies a strengths-based perspective.
  • Proficient in biopsychosocialspiritual assessment using established standardized measures and approaches.
  • Knowledgeable regarding DSM diagnostic criteria.
  • Trained in the delivery of evidence-informed treatment and interventions for child sexual abuse and inappropriate sexualized behaviour.
  • Understands and applies a family and community systems perspective.
  • Balances potential benefits from clinical interventions with potential risks as part of the treatment planning process.
  • Becomes familiar with relevant agency policies, accreditation standards and legislation, and reviews these on annual basis, or more often when there are substantial changes.

Qualifications:

A minimum of a master’s degree in a mental health discipline as well as specialized training and experience in a variety of expressive child therapies.  Significant experience working with youth living in high conflict families, those with substance use disorders, and vulnerable youth who are at high risk for criminal involvement and exploitation is an asset.

Conditions of Employment:

  1. This position is 28 hours per week, with the actual schedule to be negotiated with the supervisor, and may include evening and weekend work, according to program needs.
  2. The SAIP counsellor may be expected to use their own vehicle and/or the company vehicle during employment and to transport clients on occasion.  Maintaining a valid class 5 driver’s license and adequate insurance coverage of at least ($3,000,000) is required.  Mileage will be reimbursed as per the Collective Agreement.
  3. The SAIP counsellor will undertake a recent criminal record check for the Vulnerable Sector prior to commencement of employment.
  4. The first three months of employment will constitute a probationary period, after which a performance appraisal will be conducted to determine suitability for further employment.
  5. This is a union position (BCGEU).

Additional Information:

This position involves work in stressful circumstances, often dealing with youth and families in crisis situations involving behavioural or justice issues.  The ability to function independently and frequently under pressure, including managing emergencies, is an ongoing expectation of this position.  As this position involves being privy to information of a sensitive nature, the SAIP must be willing to receive an enhanced security clearance, in addition to a criminal record check.



External Job Posting                                                                                                       #120621B

Job Title:                                             Nurse Practitioner

Location:                                             Pacific Centre Family Services Association

                                                                Westshore Community Health Centre

                                                                Suite 200 – 324 Goldstream Avenue

                                                                Colwood, BC

                                                                www.pacificcentrefamilyservices.org

Hours:                                                  To Be Negotiated

                                            Will include evenings, Saturdays, & Outreach shifts

Anticipated start date:                  March 2022

Renumeration:                                 Individual Service Contract

The Westshore Community Health Centre (WSCHC) is a program of Pacific Centre Family Services Association designed to bring low barrier, trauma-informed coordinated care to the underserved populations of the Western Communities and their families.

The Nurse Practitioner (NP), as an integral member of the multidisciplinary Primary Care Team, will provide longitudinal primary care to individuals of all ages and their families, with a focus on those who experience barriers to health/health care due to the impact of inequity and the Social Determinants of Health (SDOH). Remuneration is via individual service contract allowing for team-based, focused client centered care falling within scope of practice as established by the Health Professions Act and the British Columbia College of Nurses and Midwives.

The priority populations of the Westshore Community Centre are as follows: people with moderate to severe mental health conditions, substance use disorders, multiple chronic health conditions, those who identify as Indigenous, gender diverse/LGBTQ2S, seniors with social determinants of health barriers and those with diversabilities.

Members of the multidisciplinary team at the Westshore CHC will include Family Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Registered Nurses, Community Health Workers, Social Workers, Registered Clinical Counsellors, an Elder in Residence and all the associated administrative support.

Posting date:  December 06, 2021                             Closing date: Open until Filled

Please submit your resume and cover letter by email to nchalke@pcfsa.org

Detailed job description is attached.

Primary Duties & Responsibilities    

Nurse Practitioners at the Westshore Community Health Center, acting as MRP for a defined panel of patients, will provide comprehensive, team-based, longitudinal care to the priority populations identified above.  Care will be across the full scope of primary care including but not limited to the following basic skills as well as an expected set of core skills required to provide the highest quality of care to the priority populations.

  • Health promotion and illness prevention services; including, screening for early detection, intervention, and counseling to reduce risk; health assessments; immunizations; and link with community-based services providing social supports for individuals and families.
  • Chronic disease management: early detection and primary treatment, service coordination, and referral to specialized service programs for clients with complex conditions/frailty. End of life care for the clients of the WSCHC.
  • Management and coordination of client care across the spectrum of primary, secondary, and tertiary care: referral to specialists and other providers, case management, case conferences, and following up on consultative advice
  • Primary reproductive care; sexual health, including prevention and management of sexually transmitted infections; organization of appropriate screening; collaborative provision of and/or arrangement with another provider for prenatal, postnatal, and newborn care.
  • Care of gender diverse clients, including provision of gender affirming care.
  • Primary mental health and substance use (MHSU) services, including assessment, diagnosis, and ongoing support for clients with MHSU conditions which are within the scope of practice for a Nurse Practitioner; access to harm reduction resources; shared care with community-based services, including social services; treatment and medication monitoring; referral to specialized service programs for clients with complex conditions. Care of clients with substance use disorders, including the provision of OAT (Opioid Agonist Therapy) where needed.
  • Required activities will include a blend of pre-booked clinics for your panel of patients, case conferences, and team rounding with other team members (FP, RN, SW, CHW, MOA, PCN clinical Pharmacist), a share of evening and weekend urgent access shifts (for attached patients of the CHC as a whole), outreach and teaching shifts. 
  • All NPs will participate in an on call schedule for patients attached to the WSCHC.
  • Teaching and mentorship of different kinds of health professions learners at various levels of training.
  • Participation in quality improvement initiatives which is compensated outside of the base group service contract.
  • Continuing education relevant to the priority populations of the Westshore CHC.

Qualifications

Education

  • Master’s degree – Nurse Practitioner from an accredited university.
  • Current registration, in good standing, as a Nurse Practitioner with the BC College of Nurses and Midwives (BCCNM), will consider Provisional Registration applicants.
  • Ability to prescribe opioid agonist therapy, or a commitment to obtain education in the first year of employment.
  • Valid BC Driver’s License.

Experience

  • Four (4) years of recent, relevant clinical nursing experience.
  • A low barrier, harm reduction trauma informed approach with a social justice lens.
  • Application of strategies or practices to address social determinant of health and health inequity.
  • Strong appreciation of the needs for safe environments in working with vulnerable clients from all walks of life.  Experience in working in and supporting the safety of these environments strongly preferred.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Ability to perform the full scope of FP duties and responsibilities.
  • Works effectively as part of a multidisciplinary team, with other staff, with clients, their caregivers, and families.  Ability to communicate and collaborate with clients and families about health findings, diagnosis, treatment, self-care, and prognosis.
  • Ability to transfer knowledge, teach, coach and mentor others.
  • Demonstrates conflict resolution, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills.
  • Demonstrates ability to manage time and resources effectively, prioritizes and organizes work appropriately.

General Expectations

  • Proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 is a condition of employment as per the PHO.
  • The NP is responsible for their own professional proficiency by keeping up to date on relevant clinical and social developments potentially affecting practice.
  • The NP will be required to participate in training in providing OAT, gender affirming care, and ongoing Cultural Competency work for care of Indigenous clients.
  • Professional Liability Protection with Canadian Nurses Protective Society (CNPS).
  • The NP is expected to become familiar with and be aware of all relevant policies and best practice standards of PCFSA and the CHC, as well as to contribute to appropriate organizational development activities and practices.
  • Maintain a current First Aid and a current CPR Certification.
  • Dedication to creating and maintaining a culturally safe workplace based on cultural humility, sensitivity, and awareness; ensuring cultural values and traditions are respected in all activities.
  • The Nurse Practitioner may be expected to use their own vehicle during the course of employment. Maintaining a valid driver’s license and adequate insurance coverage (of at least $3,000,000) is required.  Mileage will be reimbursed as per PCFSA policies and procedures.

Community Information

The region immediately west of Victoria, the capital city of British Columbia, is known as the Western Communities, or the West Shore, and stretches westwards from Esquimalt Harbour to Rocky Point, along the rocky shoreline of Juan de Fuca Strait.

This part of southern Vancouver Island was opened for farming in the 1860s to provide fresh produce for the burgeoning population of gold miners and attendant settlers in the nearby Victoria region. As such, the natural ambience here remains pastoral, particularly in Metchosin.

Today, the Western Communities is a largely residential and rural area of Greater Victoria, offering several excellent parks, golf courses and many other sports facilities. Western Communities comprises the communities of Colwood, Metchosin and Langford. Sooke is often included under the Western Communities, as is the residential municipality of View Royal and Highlands.

Population: 58,450

Colwood
Originally one of four large farms established by the Hudson’s Bay Company in the 1850’s to supply produce to the steadily increasing population of Fort Victoria, Colwood is now itself a thriving satellite city in the largely residential area of the Western Communities.

Langford
Situated between Colwood and the Malahat and incorporating the head of Finlayson Arm and Mount Finlayson, Langford offers an accessible diversity of beautiful parks and lakes and limitless recreational activities.

Metchosin
A rural community of wide-open spaces, pastoral countryside and bountiful farmland, Metchosin was first inhabited by Coast Salish peoples. Metchosin, or Smets-shosin as it is called in the Native Coast Salish language, was incorporated in 1984.

https://vancouverisland.com/plan-your-trip/regions-and-towns/vancouver-island-bc-islands/western-communities/

https://www.goldstreamgazette.com/travel/discover-the-west-shore/


External Job Posting                                                                                                       #120621A

Job Title:                                             Family Physician

Location:                                             Pacific Centre Family Services Association

                                                                Westshore Community Health Centre

                                                                Suite 200 – 324 Goldstream Avenue

                                                                Colwood, BC

                                                                www.pacificcentrefamilyservices.org

Hours:                                                  To Be Negotiated

                                            Will include evenings, Saturdays, & Outreach shifts

Anticipated start date:                  March 2022

Renumeration:                                 Group Service Contract

The Westshore Community Health Centre (WSCHC) is a program of Pacific Centre Family Services Association designed to bring low barrier, trauma-informed coordinated longitudinal care to the underserved populations of the Western Communities and their families.

The Family Physician (FP), as an integral member of the multidisciplinary Primary Care Team, will provide longitudinal primary care to individuals of all ages and their families, with a focus on those who experience barriers to health/health care due to the impact of inequity and the Social Determinants of Health (SDOH).  Remuneration is via group service contract allowing for team-based, focused client centered care falling within scope of practice as established by the Health Professions Act and the British Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons.

The priority populations of the Westshore Community Centre are as follows: people with moderate to severe mental health conditions, substance use disorders, multiple chronic health conditions, those who identify as Indigenous, gender diverse/LGBTQ2S, seniors with social determinants of health barriers and those with diverse abilities.

Members of the multidisciplinary team at the Westshore CHC will include Family Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Registered Nurses, Community Health Workers, Social Workers, Registered Clinical Counsellors, an Elder in Residence and all the associated administrative support.

Posting date:  December 06, 2021                             Closing date: Open until Filled

Please submit your resume and cover letter by email to nchalke@pcfsa.org

Detailed job description is attached.

Primary Duties & Responsibilities    

Family physicians at the Westshore Community Health Center, acting as MRP for a defined panel of patients, will provide comprehensive, team-based, longitudinal care to the priority populations identified above.  Care will be across the full scope of primary care including but not limited to the following basic skills as well as an expected set of core skills required to provide the highest quality of care to the priority populations.

  • Health promotion and illness prevention services; including, screening for early detection, intervention, and counseling to reduce risk; health assessments; immunizations; and link with community-based services providing social supports for individuals and families.
  • Chronic disease management: early detection and primary treatment, service coordination, and referral to specialized service programs for clients with complex conditions/frailty. End of life care for the clients of the WSCHC.
  • Management and coordination of client care across the spectrum of primary, secondary, and tertiary care: referral to specialists and other providers, case management, case conferences, and following up on consultative advice
  • Primary reproductive care; sexual health, including prevention and management of sexually transmitted infections; organization of appropriate screening; collaborative provision of and/or arrangement with another provider for prenatal, postnatal, and newborn care.
  • Care of gender diverse clients, including provision of gender affirming care.
  • Primary mental health and substance use (MHSU) services, including assessment, diagnosis, and ongoing support for clients with MHSU conditions which are within the scope of practice for a primary care physician; access to harm reduction resources; shared care with community-based services, including social services; treatment and medication monitoring; referral to specialized service programs for clients with complex conditions. Care of clients with substance use disorders, including the provision of OAT (Opioid Agonist Therapy) where needed.
  • Required activities will include a blend of pre-booked clinics for your panel of patients, case conferences and team rounds with other team members (NP, RN, SW, CHW, MOA, PCN clinical Pharmacist), a share of evening and weekend urgent access shifts (for attached patients of the CHC as a whole), outreach and teaching shifts. 
  • All FPs will participate in an on call schedule for patients attached to the WSCHC.
  • The Westshore CHC is participating in a University of British Columbia Department of Family Practice 3 year pilot project as a Team-Based Primary Care Learning Centre.  Teaching family practice residents will be a requirement of FPs at the WSCHC, as will ongoing faculty development related to teaching. 
  • Teaching and mentorship of different kinds of health professions learners at various levels of training.
  • Participation in quality improvement initiatives which is compensated outside of the base group service contract.
  • Continuing education relevant to the priority populations of the Westshore CHC.

Qualifications

Education

  • Current registration, in good standing, with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of B.C.
  • Certification with the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC).
  • Medical indemnity coverage with Canadian Medical Protective Association (CMPA).
  • Valid BC Driver’s License.

Experience

  • Competent to practice the full scope of family medicine/primary care as defined by the College of Family Physicians of Canada, excluding the provision of maternity care. 
  • A low barrier, harm reduction trauma informed approach with a social justice lens.
  • Strong appreciation of the needs for safe environments in working with vulnerable clients from all walks of life.  Experience in working in and supporting the safety of these environments strongly preferred.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Ability to perform the full scope of FP duties and responsibilities.
  • Works effectively as part of a multidisciplinary team, with other staff, with clients, their caregivers, and families.  Ability to communicate and collaborate with clients and families about health findings, diagnosis, treatment, self-care, and prognosis.
  • Ability to transfer knowledge, teach, coach and mentor others.
  • Demonstrates conflict resolution, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills.
  • Demonstrates ability to manage time and resources effectively, prioritizes and organizes work appropriately.

General Expectations

  • Proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 is a condition of employment as per the PHO.
  • The FP is responsible for their own professional proficiency by keeping up to date on relevant clinical and social developments potentially affecting practice.
  • The FP will be required to participate in training in providing OAT, gender affirming care, and ongoing Cultural Competency work for care of Indigenous clients.
  • The FP is expected to become familiar with and be aware of all relevant policies and best practice standards of PCFSA and the CHC, as well as to contribute to appropriate organizational development activities and practices.
  • Maintain a current First Aid and a current CPR Certification.
  • Dedication to creating and maintaining a culturally safe workplace based on cultural humility, sensitivity, and awareness; ensuring cultural values and traditions are respected in all activities.
  • The Family Physician may be expected to use their own vehicle during the course of employment. Maintaining a valid driver’s license and adequate insurance coverage (of at least $3,000,000) is required.  Mileage will be reimbursed as per PCFSA policies and procedures.

Community Information

The region immediately west of Victoria, the capital city of British Columbia, is known as the Western Communities, or the West Shore, and stretches westwards from Esquimalt Harbour to Rocky Point, along the rocky shoreline of Juan de Fuca Strait.

This part of southern Vancouver Island was opened for farming in the 1860s to provide fresh produce for the burgeoning population of gold miners and attendant settlers in the nearby Victoria region. As such, the natural ambience here remains pastoral, particularly in Metchosin.

Today, the Western Communities is a largely residential and rural area of Greater Victoria, offering several excellent parks, golf courses and many other sports facilities. Western Communities comprises the communities of Colwood, Metchosin and Langford. Sooke is often included under the Western Communities, as is the residential municipality of View Royal and Highlands.

Population: 58,450

Colwood
Originally one of four large farms established by the Hudson’s Bay Company in the 1850’s to supply produce to the steadily increasing population of Fort Victoria, Colwood is now itself a thriving satellite city in the largely residential area of the Western Communities.

Langford
Situated between Colwood and the Malahat and incorporating the head of Finlayson Arm and Mount Finlayson, Langford offers an accessible diversity of beautiful parks and lakes and limitless recreational activities.

Metchosin
A rural community of wide-open spaces, pastoral countryside and bountiful farmland, Metchosin was first inhabited by Coast Salish peoples. Metchosin, or Smets-shosin as it is called in the Native Coast Salish language, was incorporated in 1984.

https://vancouverisland.com/plan-your-trip/regions-and-towns/vancouver-island-bc-islands/western-communities/

https://www.goldstreamgazette.com/travel/discover-the-west-shore/

We are honored to work on the unceded traditional L’Kwungen, Scia’new and T’Sou-ke Territory. We gratefully acknowledge and respect these peoples whose relationship to the land continues today.
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