In the Media

Richmond high school students cited SARAVYC’s research on homophobic and transphobic bullying and prevention in their presentation to the Richmond School Board.

Flare Magazine had a big story in December on being young and trans in their latest issue and on-line. The story includes a full paragraph about our research.

Roundhouse Radio interviewed Dr. Elizabeth Saewyc on December 7th.

Dr. Kris Wells has been very visible in news this fall as Alberta School Boards debate LGBTQ policies. He was interviewed by CBC News and Global News in October and November respectively. He also received the Public School Boards of Alberta’s Provincial Award in October.

Kim Westheimer from organization Gender Spectrum interviewed researchers Dr. Elizabeth Saewyc and Dr. Jaimie Veale on January 27, 2016 about their study that surveyed Canadian transgender youth between the ages of 14 to 24. The interview is on Youtube!

Also in January 2016, MetroNews Toronto included data from the Trans Youth Health survey in their recent story about Branksom Hall’s transgender alumni and their transgender working group.

Interview with Dr. Elizabeth Saewyc for On Demand .

Release of the National Trans Youth Health Survey in The Huffington Post, The Vancouver Sun, Winnipeg Free Press, and The Globe and Mail.

Dr. Hillary Rose and Dr. Gilbert Émond and their work on reducing bullying in Canada were featured in the Concordia Alumni Magazine.

Dr. Elizabeth Saewyc provided advice for preparing students for sex-ed in schools in Parents Canada Magazine.

Dr. Kristopher Wells commented on the importance of gender policies in Alberta Schools in Metro News.

Dr. Elizabeth Saewyc and SARAVYC research is being cited by MLA’s in the B.C. legislature to encourage the protection of Gay Straight Alliances in schools.

Dr. Jaime Veale was interviewed  about the Trans Youth Health Survey by People First Radio.

Dr. Elizabeth Saewyc was interviewed about the Trans Youth Health Survey by CBC’s On The Coast.

Research Assistant Hélène Frohard-Dourlent about the Trans Youth Health Survey by French ICI Radio Canada.

Dr. Shelia Marshall, Elizabeth Saewyc, and SARAVYC’s partnership with Vantech Secondary School Wellness Initiative  was featured in The Globe and Mail.

SARAVYC and Vantech Secondary School Wellness Initiative partnership was also featured in The Province.



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