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Mōstos-awāsis asiniy - Buffalo Child Stone

Posted on 3rd Oct 2019 by Lana Holinaty

Buffalo Child Stone [also known as Mistasiniy - large rock] âtayôhkewina - sacred story Synopsis The sacred telling of Buffalo Child, is a living narrative of how Buffalo Child stone (Mistasiniy) came into being. We follow the life story of a little boy called Buffalo Child, as he transitions into manhood within the embrace of his buffalo family. In this âtayôhkewina - sac...

Strong Medicine

Posted on 3rd Sep 2019 by Lana Holinaty

Strong Medicine Strong Medicine is an educational video developed by the Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network and CATIE, with and for Indigenous people living with HIV. By weaving together Indigenous knowledges of culture and wellness and Western knowledge of HIV testing and treatment, this video shares accurate information about HIV testing and treatment. It encourages people to get ...

The Impacts of the Criminalization of HIV Non-Disclosure on Indigenous People

Posted on 23rd Apr 2018 by Lana Holinaty

The Impacts of the Criminalization of HIV Non-Disclosure on Indigenous PeopleA Case Study of Regina - April 2018 Disclosing one’s HIV positive status to a sexual partner raises complex issues pertaining to sex, consent, relationships, privacy, and wellbeing. Disclosure of HIV status to a sexual partner is further complicated by an unclear and harsh Canadian legal climate. The criminalizatio...

Supporting Mothers in Ways that Work

Posted on 10th Oct 2017 by Lana Holinaty

Just wanted to share this new resource with everyone aobut supporting mothers living with HIV. this resources is meant to be a toolkit for front-line service providers. The authors are willing to send out hard copies.  To view this resource: click here....

Positive Journeys

Posted on 18th Feb 2016 by Lana Holinaty

The February edition is complete. To view the latest edition of the Positive Journeys Newsletter ...