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Two Spirits, One Struggle:  The Front Lines of Being First Nations and Gay - July 2014

Raising the Grade on What BC Kids Learn About Aboriginal People - Sept 2012

VSB To Start Aboriginal Focus School - April 13, 2012

Against the Odds: Aboriginal Students Face Disproportionate Odds to Graduate - April 2012

Amidst the Big City: An Aboriginal Public School? - January 5, 2012

Cycling to Change the World - January 20124

Solicitor General Honors BC Crime Prevention Heroes (Including UNYA Board member Richard Lavallee) - November 2011

Cuts to Native Youth Program Undermines Reconciliation - March 2011 - This letter to the editor was also featured in the National Post

Vancouver School Board Trustees Ponder Aboriginal Mini School - January 2011

Young Wolves Lodge on The Express - January 2011

These Girls Wanna Rock - August 2010

Constable Rick Lavallee shows Vancouver's Aboriginal youth the positive face of policing - May 2010

Diaglogue Circles Bridge Gap Between Natives & Immigrants - April 2010

Childhood poverty fuels chronic diseases later in life - 2010

Photovoice Exhibit on Youtube - January 2010

Art project for 2010 Olympics - July 2009

Elevate Sport Announces Partnership with UNYA - June 2009

Vancouver’s Bright Lights Challenge the Status Quo - September 2008

CEOs get a view from street level - July 2008

Why silence greeted Stephen Harper's residential-school apology - June 2008

Seeing is Believing for City's Powerbrokers - June 2008

Young Wolves Lodge initiative wins $5000 - May 2008

Acceptance is crucial for Two-Spirit People - April 2008

Urban Aboriginal Population on Rise - January 2008

B.C.’s Aboriginal Youth Flock to Urban Centres - January 2008

Vancouver shelter for aboriginal women faces closure - January 2007

Let's build a better world for Native youth - June 2007 

NYC Courier (1.4 MB) - 2005

NYC Metro (764.3 KB) - 2005

NYC Province (797.5 KB) - 2005

NYC Province (134.5 KB) - April 2005

NYC Vancouver Sun (138.1 KB) - November 2005

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