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Elder Constance Simmonds is a Cree-Métis Knowledge Keeper (Treaty 6, northern Saskatchewan) and pipe carrier with mroe than 40 years of experience providing counselling in addictions, mental health and trauma. Earlier this year, she became Elder-in-Residence at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Law.
As part of her residency, Elder Simmonds leads monthly teachings on the bundle, an introduction to Indigenous worldviews, medicines, life cycles and more –with each lesson held on or close to the full moon.
Physician Chandrakant Shah had not been in Canada very long when he volunteered to be a clinician for Indigenous communities near Sioux Lookout in northwestern Ontario.
The experience made a strong impression on Shah, who has dedicated himself ever since to helping his medical colleagues understand the impact of social factors such as income and education – and, importantly, historical trauma – on the health of Indigenous Peoples.
A longtime AIDS activist and community based researcher, Francisco Ibáñez-Carrasco was tapped to be online engagement guru at the University of Toronto’s Dalla Lana School of Public Health last summer – just as the school was making the transition to online instruction.