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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.
"Shared Prosperity for Health and Well-Being: A Collaborative Dialogue between Business and Public Health"
Dec. 4-5th, with preconference workshop on Dec. 3rd.
Food Connections is an annual conference intended to support food security efforts.
This year’s theme is Food Security in Rural and Remote Communities and we are going online to support participation from those living in remote communities on the Island and across the province.
About Virtual Food Connections
Using circle process encourages genuine contribution, creativity, inclusion and co-creation of a future in which there is more possibility than limitation, resulting in better outcomes in our work. Develop the capacity to deal with complexity, conflict, hurt and trauma.
First step towards completing the Innoweave Collective Impact Workshop.
For communities who submitted an Expression of Interest for a Building Collective Impact workshop (pre-registration only).
New date to be determined.
The workshop focuses on why and how local leaders and community partners in Northern BC can integrate sustainability planning, processes and projects with efforts to foster community health and well-being.
On Thursday, October 16th from 9 am to 10:30 am, BCHLA will host a webinar to look at the elements of a successful partnership and a few examples where NGOs working together with local government on projects and policies have led to healthier communities.