Equity Diversity & Inclusion

EDI at PCMCH

Last updated on December 7, 2022 PCMCH’s EDI journey is an evolving one that builds upon work already done.  This webpage is but one way for us to be accountable to our commitments and be transparent with our stakeholders about our efforts. This page will be updated when new activities take place and as new …

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Indigenous Health Equity

Last updated on December 20, 2022 PCMCH recognizes that historical beliefs about, and attitudes towards, Indigenous peoples have resulted in enormous inequities faced today that take place within many different systems, including the health, child welfare, education and justice systems. Anti-Indigenous racial discrimination and bias have profound negative impacts on the health and wellness of …

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Why Health Equity is Important

Last updated on December 6, 2022 Social determinants of health, and how they overlap (also known as intersections), affect the health of individuals, groups and communities in many different ways. Health inequity often impacts people from racial and ethnic minority groups; however, people are socially disadvantaged for many reasons aside from race and ethnicity. For …

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Land Acknowledgement

Last updated on December 6, 2022 At PCMCH, we start meetings with a Land Acknowledgement. Land Acknowledgments show recognition of Indigenous lands, treaties and peoples, and encourage us to think about what happened in the past, what can be done in the future to help build positive relationships, and that we are all accountable for …

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