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Summit 2018 - Draft Program

Draft Program for Summit 2018 November 7 - 9. | 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

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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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Summit 2018

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

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Summit Keynote, Register Today!

A familiar face at Summit 2018 / À propos de notre conférencier | Keep Reading

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Optimizing Care for Gay, Bisexual, and other Men who have Sex with Men (gbMSM)

Online Continuing Professional Development Course is now live. | Keep Reading

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Summit 2018 Keynote Speaker: Harlan Pruden

CBRC is pleased to announce keynote speaker, Harlan Pruden. Le CBRC est heureux d’annoncer conférencier invité, Harlan Pruden. | Keep Reading

Blog: Under the Lens

B.C. youths deserve the facts on sex education

Students in British Columbia have a lot to say as they claim their right to sex education. | Keep Reading

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Keynote Speaker: Rahim Thawer

Summit 2018 is pleased to announce therapist and author Rahim Thawer of Sherbourne Health & Ryerson University as one of four keynote speakers at Community-Based Research Centre’s national event being held November 8th to 10th in Vancouver. Les responsables du Sommet 2018 sont ravis d’annoncer que Rahim Thawer, auteur et thérapeute affilié au Centre de santé Sherbourne et à l’Université Ryerson, sera l’un des quatre conférenciers invités lors du Sommet pancanadien organisé par le Centre de recherche communautaire sur la santé des hommes gais qui aura lieu du 8 au 10 novembre prochain à Vancouver. | Keep Reading