FACE (Fetal Alcohol Canadian Expertise) meetings were held from 2000 to 2015 to share findings of medical and social science research on alcohol use during pregnancy and lactation, which were attended by FASD (Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder) researchers, front-line workers, government and industry representatives and policy-makers from across Canada. You can find links to access FACE webcasts and presentations on their website.
Discover Canada (Government of Canada site)-"The arrival of European traders, missionaries, soldiers and colonists changed the native way of life forever. Large numbers of Aboriginals died of European diseases to which they lacked immunity. However, Aboriginals and Europeans formed strong economic, religious and military bonds in the first 200 years of coexistence which laid the foundations of Canada." (**You may also listen to this chapter or download an MP3 of it.)
Positive Behaviour Supports for Children is a series of three, related e-learning websites developed in 2012 by Canada’s Alberta Government and Mount Royal University for use by families, aides and school staff that offer practical, evidence-based strategies for supporting children with disabilities and their families.