Transgender Parents


The new documentary film TRANSGENDER PARENTS will be screening at Cinema Politica events this fall in Toronto and Montreal: Hot Docs Bloor Cinema Tuesday November 4th, 2014 Concordia University Hall […]

Registration now open


Register now for After the Asylum? Legacies of community mental health conference November 6 – 8, 2014, Vancouver BC via Eventbrite or for other options go to

After the Asylum? Website launched


The conference website for After the Asylum? Legacies of Community Mental Health just launched! Check it out:

Critical Inquiries: Interrogate, Celebrate, Mobilize


The CGSM’s fifth and final Critical Inquiries workshop and team meetings was held May 15th and 16th. Through a series of interactive panels and presentations we had the opportunity to […]

Call for research participants


SFU graduate student Meagan Simon is looking for volunteers to take part in a study about trans* and gender nonconforming youth. The purpose of the study is to understand what […]

History in Practice: Community-Informed Mental Health Curriculum – Research Assistant Posting


Job Description: Research Assistant sought to create a series of three short (600-1000 word) annotated module introductions for education website using current Canadian academic literature relevant to community-identified issues that […]

Transgender Parents, documentary film


Transgender Parents centres the importance of access to building and continuing parent-child relationships in the presence of a gender transition. It is a tender look at the art of parenting, […]

Funding Success


Congratulations to Olena Hankivsky, CGSM co-investigator, Marina Morrow, CGSM director and Daniel Grace (UBC) on their successful CIHR Planning grant: “Advancing mental health and HIV research, policy, and programming through […]

Job opportunity: Interviewers/Interpreters


Interviewers/Interpreters Needed for SFU Sexual and Reproductive Health Research Study in Greater Vancouver! Simon Fraser University Faculty of Health Science researchers require interviewers/interpreters who are women with strong verbal and […]

Funding success


Congratulations to Marina Morrow (principal applicant) and co-applicants, including centre affiliate Robert Menzies, on their recently awarded CIHR dissemination events grant entitled After the Asylum: The Legacies of Community Mental Health. […]