Housing demand in non-metropolitan areas is affected by a number of factors. Join BC Housing to learn how housing demand will be impacted in the coming years. Each webinar will focus on a specific region of the province with detailed information about population trends, housing stock, and the housing market.
As part of our PlanH program, BC Healthy Communities is excited to present a new Local Government Leaders Speaker Series, Creating Healthy Public Policy. Part I of the series, Living Wage Policies, will explore the City of Victoria’s experience in adopting a Living Wage policy in 2020.
Attend this year’s annual conference, "Harnessing Momentum, Steering Through Change," for a virtual learning and networking experience. Join your colleagues from around the province for interactive educational sessions, stimulating live keynotes, and new ways of networking together virtually.
Join Canadian-based expert panelists from the April 2021 revision of the GDEIB (a free tool for managing and measuring DEI in organizations) as they present on the newly released benchmarks and explain how this tool can be used to help employees, leaders, and organizations engage in diversity, equity, and inclusion best practices.
Prior to COVID-19, Canada experienced the most dramatic drop in poverty in recorded history. Between 2015 and 2018, our national poverty rate dropped from 14.5% to 11.0% and one million Canadians were lifted out of poverty.
Join Tamarack’s Cities Reducing Poverty Network virtually to explore proven and impactful pathways to ending poverty.
This two-day intensive workshop will introduce you to key principles and strategies for the planning and designing of healthy communities. The course is intended to educate and inspire, to develop an understanding of the public health implications of policy and design decisions, and to apply a health lens to a broad spectrum of policy and design issues and initiatives.
Join BC Healthy Communities and the Canadian Evaluation Society – BC Chapter on April 16 from 12:00–1pm PDT for our webinar, Diverse Voices: Community-based approaches to making evaluation attainable & equitable. We’ll explore the application of feasible, equitable evaluation principles in B.C. community settings, and the significance of reciprocity when engaging in community partnerships to collaboratively learn together.
We are in a time of disruptive change. In communities, citizens are making their voices heard through formal and informal networks and movements. Many of these movements are having a powerful impact on issues of equity, justice, and inclusion. How can deep, durable, and sustainable change in our communities be the result of citizen movements?
Join CityStudio Vancouver for a collaboration with City staff, students, faculty, community members and elected officials at HUBBUB 16, a celebration of co-created projects that support the various City of Vancouver planning areas. This live and interactive project showcase will include guest speakers, student project pitches, and Q&A sessions.
Join the City of Vancouver for a virtual youth workshop on the Broadway Plan Emerging Directions. This is your opportunity to shape the future of Vancouver’s second downtown! This virtual workshop will provide a dedicated space for young people between the ages of 18 and 30 to share their thoughts on the latest Broadway Plan “Emerging Directions,” including housing, transportation, Broadway as a “Great Street,” jobs and economy, and more.
Join ReTooling for Climate Change as they host a webinar on the highly relevant issue of "Mental Health & Our Changing Climate: Impacts, Implications and Practices" on March 12, 2021 (11 am -12:30 PM PST). Hear from three exciting panelists from The University of British Columbia, Project InsideOut, & North Shore Emergency Management for this event.
To register: https://lnkd.in/gynqGZA
Join the Union of BC Municipalities for a webinar for local governments to support their work in addressing child care needs in B.C. communities. The webinar will be based on the guide, "Stepping Stones: Child Care Planning Guides for BC’s Local Governments," and is eligible for 1.5 organized and structured CPL units for PIBC members.