The BC Health Regulators support the movement to end racism and discrimination

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The BC Health Regulators (BCHR) released a statement supporting the movement to end racism and discrimination, and we’d like to share it with you.

BC Health Regulators (BCHR), representing all health regulatory colleges in BC, supports the global movement to end racism and discrimination against Black and Indigenous communities and all people of colour.

You can read the full statement here.

Here is our statement:

PABC is eager to contribute to our profession’s efforts to be a force for compassion and for taking action against racism. If you would like to be part of the conversation about how our organization can help fight racism, please contact us at with the email subject line ‘stop racism’.
 - Alex Scott, President PABC, Joanna Sleik, VP PABC, Curtis Wong, President-Elect PABC.

Please see the below anti-racism and inclusivity resources:

BC Health Regulator’s website

UBC’s Teachers’ Education Office created this free online course on inclusivity in the learning environment. It’s a great place to start when learning about creating inclusive environments.

Indigenous Cultural Safety (ICS) Collaborative Learning Series Webinars - “This session is focused on exploring anti-Indigenous racism, discrimination and cultural safety, identifying how each informs our systems, why they persist, and how we can address them.”

Mobilizing Reconciliation: Implications of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Report for Physiotherapy in Canada

If you have a resource, you’d like to share with us, or simply want to keep the conversation going, connect with us! We’d love to hear from you.