Reclaiming National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

by | POSTED: Sep 22, 2023

For Sarah Higgins, Director of Indigenous Engagement at Bissell Centre, the word that comes most to mind when she thinks.

When the Community Kokum needed help, Community Bridge was there

by | POSTED: Sep 18, 2023

Edmonton's Walterdale Bridge in the Fall

Photo courtesy of Billy Hudy via Unsplash. Kari’s eviction notice came swiftly. She had a month to find new accommodations.

Red Shoe Walk: Why is no one talking about FASD?

by | POSTED: Aug 23, 2023

Red shoes held up against the background of Churchill Square during 2022's Red Shoe Walk.

Ten years ago, RJ Formanek wanted to start a conversation about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). As an adult who.

Born Broken: A book just released by individuals from our FASS program!

by | POSTED: Jul 04, 2023

Individuals connected to our Fetal Alcohol Spectrum of Services (FASS) program contributed to a book about the challenges and realities.

How long would 15,000 pairs of underwear last for you?

by | POSTED: Jun 29, 2023

Rolled pairs of underwear arranged neatly on an orange background.

Here’s some quick math: If one person had 15,000 pairs of underwear, they could wear a new pair every day.

National Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration

by | POSTED: Jun 29, 2023

Natonal Indigenous Peoples Day 2023 performance

Bissell's National Indigenous Peoples Day celebration weeks ago brought 96 St. right outside Bissell to life. Bissell Centre has been.

What Pride Means at Bissell Centre

by | POSTED: Jun 22, 2023

Phot of Pride event in Edmonton.

In 2022, Bissell Centre took a long hard look at itself and asked what can be a scary question –.

The Cookies that brought Smiles to everyone

by | POSTED: May 24, 2023

Every year, Tim Horton’s holds its Smile Cookie fundraiser, where each local franchise owner can pick a charity in their.

What Mental Health Looks Like at Bissell Centre

by | POSTED: May 17, 2023

Two women hugging to support one another's mental health.

Overview Working with a diverse community means encountering a diverse set of challenges – oftentimes, these are the very challenges.

Michelle’s Doing Really Good

by | POSTED: Feb 22, 2023

Michelle outside beside Bissell Centre in traditional attire

Michelle's Story About Overcoming Poverty This is Michelle. She grew up in Edmonton. Whenever Michelle returns to Edmonton, she sits.

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