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Recommended Resources & Reading

As part of CDHA’s commitment to building health-promoting relationships, we encourage you to explore the following websites and resources prior to attending the summit and to draw on them regularly after our gathering is over. Use these resources to pave a road to allyship, establish your foundational knowledge, enhance your understanding of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging, and enrich your learning experience.

After delving into the readings and resources, you may wish to consider making a donation to the following charities addressing issues of inclusion and antiracism in Canadian society:

Consider donating to:

Recommended Reading

Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion

Canadian Journal of Dental Hygiene

Canadian Society for Disability & Oral Health

Recommended Learning

Online Course

CDHA is proud to partner with NVision Insight Group to bring you this online course which meets various Truth and Reconciliation Commission calls to action for Canadians. It will help you establish foundational learning and support Indigenous peoples in achieving optimal health and wellness.

The Path (Le parcours) is a recommended prerequisite for the presentation on Building Indigenous Intercultural Capacity from 8:30 to 10:00 am on Saturday, October 21. The course will be available for registration only until October 31 and must be completed by this date.

Additional Resources

The information provided on this webpage is intended to complement the summit program. The resources and reading above contain information that may be disturbing to some individuals, especially to residential school survivors. If you or someone you know is triggered by the content on this webpage, please call the National Indian Residential School Crisis Line at 1-866-925-4419 (toll-free) or connect with a mental health professional through Wellness Together Canada at 1-866-585-0445 (toll-free).

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