Above image: Prince George at night (Prince George Métis Community Association, 2014)
Touted as the ‘fourth largest city in the province, the largest in the north, and considered as the Northern capital of British Columbia’, Prince George has a fascinating history with a . Learn about how it has developed into “a northern hub follow[ing] the traditional migratory paths of British Columbia’s Aboriginal peoples, specifically the pathways within and across the Dakelh people’s territories.”
Read a narrative profile of the socio-political and historical context of the community of Prince George developed as part of the EQUIP Healthcare’s “five-year interdisciplinary research program designed to promote health equity for marginalized populations through innovative equity-oriented interventions”.
We are pleased to present this archived report and look forward to making other EQUIP Healthcare interdisciplinary research-based narrative profiles of other BC communities openly accessible via cIRcle, UBC’s Digital Repository in the future.
In the meantime, explore a plethora of UBC Faculty Research and Publications covering over 1900+ topics at: https://open.library.ubc.ca/cIRcle/collections/facultyresearchandpublications