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Healthy Aboriginal Network

The Healthy Aboriginal Network is a registered non-profit Society, incorporated in the Province of British Columbia since 2005. Our mandate is the non-profit promotion of health, literacy & wellness through the production of visual resources for youth.

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Clear Skies: A Family Violence Story video

Co-produced with Indigenous Story Studio (formerly Healthy Aboriginal Network), Clear Skies tells the story of Marnie and her kids who live with family violence. With the support of her community, and by learning her ...
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Emily’s Choice: A Child Protection Story web page

Describes child protection in the context of Emily’s story. Also provides links to the video, trailer, online version of the graphic novel, ordering information, who can help, and promotional material.
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Emily's Choice: A Child Protection Story graphic novel

Co-produced with the Indigenous Story Studio, this graphic novel tells the story of Emily, who struggles with addiction and an unhealthy relationship. She loves her son, Greg, but can't always take care of him. When he ...
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A Second Chance: A Gladue Rights Story comic book

Co-produced with Indigenous Story Studio (formerly Healthy Aboriginal Network), this graphic novel tells the story of Myra, who is charged with assault with a weapon. Myra learns about her legal rights and, with the ...
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Clear Skies: A Family Violence Story graphic novel

Co-produced with Indigenous Story Studio (formerly Healthy Aboriginal Network), Clear Skies tells the story of Marnie and her kids who live with family violence. With the support of her community, and by learning her ...
View PDF from Legal Aid BC


Emily’s Choice: A Child Protection Story video

Co-produced with the Indigenous Story Studio, this video tells the story of Emily, who struggles with addiction and an unhealthy relationship. She loves her son, Greg, but can't always take care of him. When he goes ...
Watch video from Legal Aid BC