PUBLICATIONS & ANNUAL REPORTS

PUBLICATIONS

The publications, annual reports, brochures and other materials provided on the page below are available in Adobe Acrobat Reader DC PDF format. If you have this free Adobe software installed on your device you will be able to open and view PDF files.

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Your feedback about our publication materials is very important to us. Please email your comments to nccabc@nccabc.net.

Women’s Right to Be Safe Guide

This guide is a compilation of many interviews and conversations with Indigenous women and girls at their own life stages, and who have shared their knowledge and inspirations in the creation of this guide.

This guide draws upon the insight of the stories shared that shows resiliency and strength and offers guidance in building a safe and secure life. In addition, this guide provides valuable community resources.

Celebrating 45 Years – Serving and Caring for Our Community

The Native Courtworker and Counselling Association of British Columbia has been providing justice-related services to Indigenous people and communities in the province of BC for over four decades.

In this resource guide are the very important programs and resources that make up the Native Courtworker and Counselling Association of BC. Over 40 years of service is truly something to celebrate.

Evaluation of the Gladue Court Old City Hall, Toronto

Gladue Court first convened in October, 2001 at the Old City Hall courthouse in Toronto. The court was established to ensure the application of certain sections of the Criminal Code referring to the sentencing of Aboriginal people and to respond to significant social and justice- related issues facing Aboriginal people.

Victim Awareness Week Brochure

Moving Forward… Native Courtworker and Counselling Association of British Columbia, in partnership with National Victims of Crime Awareness Week 2012, recognizes that the we are all part of the solution to end. 

Victim Awareness Week Posters

According to Statistics Canada’s 2009 General Social Survey (GSS) on Victimization, nearly 67,000, or 13 per cent of Aboriginal women aged 15 or older who lived in the provinces, self-reported that they had been the victim of one or more violent crimes in the 12 months prior to the survey. Education and awareness are vital in turning the tide on violence towards Aboriginal women and children.

ANNUAL REPORTS

NCCABC Audited Statement 2017-2018

This document contains the audited statement information for 2017-2018.

Celebrating 45 Years – Serving and Caring for Our Community

The Native Courtworker and Counselling Association of British Columbia has been providing justice-related services to Indigenous people and communities in the province of BC for over four decades.

In this resource guide are the very important programs and resources that make up the Native Courtworker and Counselling Association of BC. Over 40 years of service is truly something to celebrate.

NCCABC Annual Report 2012

This document contains an overview of the initiatives, projects, services, partnerships and accomplishments for all regions in BC for 2012.

NCCABC Annual Report 2011

This document contains an overview of the initiatives, projects, services, partnerships and accomplishments for all regions in BC for 2011.

NCCABC Annual Report 2010

This document contains an overview of the initiatives, projects, services, partnerships and accomplishments for all regions in BC for 2010.

COMMUNITY RESOURCES GUIDE

Complete list of resources with contact information of indigenous services available in BC.