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Objective: To identify issues and concepts to guide the development of culturally appropriate mental health promotion strategies with Aboriginal populations and communities in Canada. Methods: We review recent literature examining the links between the history of colonialism and government interventions (including the residential school system, out-adoption, and centralised bureaucratic control) and the mental health of Canadian Aboriginal peoples. Results: There are high rates of social problems, demoralisation, depression, substance abuse, suicide and other mental health problems in many, though not all, Aboriginal communities. Although direct causal links are difficult to demonstrate with quantitative methods, there is clear and compelling evidence that the long history of cultural oppression and marginalisation has contributed to the high levels of mental health problems found in many communities. There is evidence that strengthening ethnocultural identity, community integration and political empowerment can contribute to improving mental health in this population. Conclusions: The social origins of mental health problems in Aboriginal communities demand social and political solutions. Research on variations in the prevalence of mental health disorders across communities may provide important information about community-level variables to supplement literature that focuses primarily on individual-level factors. Mental health promotion that emphasises youth and community empowerment is likely to have broad effects on mental health and wellbeing in Aboriginal communities.
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The 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic and, afterward, the 2010 Paralympic Winter Games were prepared and held on traditional First Nation territories in British Columbia, Canada. These territories have belonged to the Aboriginals peoples of the Lil'wat, Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations. They were honored to welcome Olympic and Paralympic events to places like Whistler Mountain and to share their histories with all people. After the high speed death of Russian Georgia's first time Olympian luger stopped the heart of the 2010 Winter Olympics and cast a pall over the celebration of athletes and nations. The Opening Ceremonies and indeed the entire Winter Olympics this year honors the departed athlete from Georgia, Nodar Kumaritashvili. This is a sad loss, but with such high speed, slick events and streamlined, smaller luge sleds; many young lights will be snuffed out in a flash in extreme sports. I suggest we honor him be remembering that he was doing what he loved to do - how many people live past retirement, having hated their whole working careers?
In that respect, Nador achieved already at age 21, what many do not achieve in 70 years. Some pettiness broadcast by bloggers and news media included too much criticism of lip synching, K.D. Lang, the venue, and equipment snafus. However, one of the better parts was the opening performed by the First Nations of the Vancouver Area. Not many people reported on this uplifting spectacle. Mr. Tewanee Joseph is the Executive Director of the organization that presented the first Nations welcome at the Opening Ceremonies of the 2010 Winter Olympics at BC Palace Stadium in Vancouver: Four Host First Nations, a nonprofit society. I listened with earphones as I watched the half-hour presentation by the four Vancouver-area First Nations in this event, wishing to capture every detail of the languages. The first two sounded similar and the last two sounded different from each other and from the first two. How different brothers and sisters can speak when separated by centuries of travel and distance! All of these four nations are related at some level of genetics, language and culture, but in the larger universe, all humans are related.
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