BC Council for Families offers trainings and online information for families and professionals. "Fathers are an important part of their children’s life and their development. Studies have shown the positive impacts involved fathers have on children, and attitudes towards fathering are shifting."
"Stories told by Aboriginal fathers in the first study of Aboriginal fatherhood in Canada suggest there is the potential for a new generation of positively involved Aboriginal fathers that urgently needs to be recognized and supported through program and policy reforms." -p. 52
“Conversational interviews with 80 Indigenous fathers illuminated the socio-historical conditions that have shaped Indigenous men’s experiences of learning to be a father and becoming a man in the context of changing gender relationships and the regeneration of circles of care.”
Interviews of 80 First Nations and Métis fathers, the results of which focus on: “personal wellness, learning fathering, socioeconomic inclusion, social support, legislative and policy support, and cultural continuity.”