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The conference program commitee is inviting proposals for presentations on one of the following key conference themes: Restructuring of Rural Relationships, Building Capacity for Organizations and Governance, Building Economic Resilience and Pursuing a High Quality of Life for Rural Communities. Deadline to submit is June 15, 2014.
Explore healthy built environments from New York to Vancouver on June 6, 2014.
In March 2014, the BC Healthy Living Alliance (BCHLA) released the 'On the Path to Better Health' Report that examines trends in chronic disease over the past decade in BC and outlines future opportunities for prevention. The webinar will include highlights from the report, such as the gains made in BC over the last 10 years and where improvements still needs to be made.
The Healthy Built Environment Alliance presents Working Across Sectors to Engage the ‘Silent Majority’ In Official Community Plans and Transportation Master Plans’ Implementation.
Explore how we can build healthier communities in our region, identify local health and well-being priorities, and opportunities for shared leadership in this free workshop.
You are invited to join the Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA) for a webinar describing the content and wide range of potential uses of a new resource they are launching on April 8th, 2014 called The Healthy Built Environment Linkages: A Toolkit for Design, Planning and Health. It is an evidence-based and expert-informed resource to improve communication between planners, local government, and health.
Join the 2014 Rural Health Services Research Conference, entitled “Building Intersections for Vibrant Rural Communities: Research on Health, Wellness, and Place.”
Working Across Sectors to Engage the "Silent Majority" in Official Community Plans and Transportation Master Plans' Implementation: Urban Case Studies
Join us online to learn from Ryan David Kennedy (PhD), a tobacco control researcher, Ian Wilson, City of Kelowna, and Sheena Fraser, Village of Pemberton about smoke-free and tobacco-free policies.
This year’s Progressive Civic Governance Forum is happening April 4th – 5th, 2014 in downtown Vancouver, BC. The theme is: FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Growing Local Economies, Strengthening Local Leadership