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National Project Coordinator | Coordonnateur/trice national/e de projet

We’re looking for a full-time National Project Coordinator to work closely with the project team to support the implementation of our ambitious 5-year project to increase access and uptake of priority health services for gay, bi, and queer cis and trans men and 2-spirit people across Canada. | Keep Reading

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Summit 2019

Summit 2019: Access | Keep Reading

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Suicide prevention with gay and bisexual men: It takes a village. Fortunately, we have one.

Suicide is preventable, but in order to reach those at risk of suicide, we have to know where to find them. | Keep Reading

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La prévention du suicide chez les hommes gais et bisexuels : Il faut tout un village. Heureusement, nous en avons un.

Les hommes gais et bisexuels sont quatre fois plus susceptibles de tenter de se suicider comparativement aux hommes hétérosexuels. Le suicide est évitable, mais si nous voulons rejoindre les hommes à risque, nous devons être en mesure de les trouver. | Keep Reading
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G.R.O.W. + L.I.F.T.

The G.R.O.W. + L.I.F.T. checklist is a communication tool for academic researchers to reflexively account for how their research is effectively serving the communities and community-based organizations they (want to) work with. | Keep Reading

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Summit 2018

How's Your Head? Sexual Identity, Mental Health and Substance Use: Program for Summit 2018 November 7 - 9. | Keep Reading

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Summit 2018

Summit 2018: How's your Head? Sexual Identity, Mental Health and Substance Use - Registration Open | Keep Reading

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Crashing the Party: Challenging Ableism in Gay Men’s Health

I am someone who has a disability that severely impacts my life. | Keep Reading

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Job Opportunity: Events and Social Media Coordinator

CBRC is seeking an Events and Social Media Coordinator to fill a temporary contract position to assist with Summit 2018. | Keep Reading

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A Little Out of Pl-Ace

What it’s like navigating relationships as an asexual Filipino Mormon | Keep Reading