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Host: BC Healthy Living Alliance
Location: Heart and Stroke Foundation Building, Suite 306, 1212 West Broadway, Vancouver BC
Please join the BC Healthy Living Alliance and other health leaders for a stimulating discussion, networking and lunch.
As part of the Healthier Communities Partnership, the Corporation of Delta in partnership with Fraser Health and Delta School District, were pleased to bring an exciting opportunity offered by PlanH to Delta, BC. The workshop was focused on enhancing an understanding of local health trends, navigating change and working towards collaboration on community action plans
The Centre for Civic Governance is having their annual conference in Vancouver on climate action, social justice/wealth gap, and public finance streams. Local government representatives can build skills, network and learn with great speakers. Take advantage of the early bird rate, which ends March 21st!
Explore the critical link between transit and health at a free expert panel discussion on transit’s role in building a livable healthy region, promoting walking and biking, reducing sedentary time in cars, and improving air quality.
CIL is a community-inspired conversation that will help participants explore and then drive positive change in Kamloops and beyond. In a step-by-step process, they will get ready, informed, connected, inspired, and organized before getting busy making their communities healthier, happier, and more prosperous!
BC Heathy Living Alliance will host a webinar to discuss the health implications of the proposed transportation improvements and what’s at stake in the spring plebiscite.
Registration for the 2015 Local Government Leadership Academy (LGLA) Elected Officials Seminars (EOS) for newly elected and returning elected officials is now open. Eight seminars will be held in January and February 2015 – for small and large communities, electoral areas and in each of the five main regions of the province.
The Pacific Institute for ClimateSolutions is hosting a free public lecture with speakers Kayleigh Donahue and Ian McLachlan. Join online or in person at the University of Victoria.