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The Canadian Partnership Against Cancer will host a one-hour webinar on January 16th on Canadian municipal active transportation policy and a new tool, the Canadian Municipal Active Transportation Policy Map, supporting active transportation policy work.
Join BCHLA for a webinar to explore how good health is determined by the context in which people live.
Many families across the province struggle to find housing they can afford. At the same time, employers face challenges attracting employees when housing costs are high. This webinar series explores the affordability challenge in BC and shares ideas to consider in your own community.
Join BCHC and Interior Health for a session at the Building SustainABLE Communities conference on Thursday, November 28, from 1:30-4:30.
A full day session on building healthier communities includes From Silos to Systems: Building Partnerships for Healthy Communities and Bringing Health Home: Public Engagement for Local Action on Health & Well-being. Workshops are presented by BC Healthy Communities Society, on behalf of the PlanH program, hosted by Northern Health, and sponsored by Healthy Families BC.
NUSC Event Space
University of Northern BC
Prince George, BC
This year’s conference theme will focus on the international approach of health in all policies. This approach is a contemporary development of the ‘Building Healthy Public Policy’ action area of the Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion.
Presented by the Provincial Health Services Authority on behalf of the Healthy Built Environment Alliance, this is the first in a series of free online learning sessions intended to highlight recent healthy built environment research, information, tools, and resources that can help inform planning processes and decisions.
This free webinar series, hosted by the Fraser Basin Council, showcases recent advances in local climate change information and tools that are tailored to the needs of BC local governments large and small.
Many families across the province struggle to find housing they can afford. At the same time, employers face challenges attracting employees when housing costs are high. This webinar series explores the affordability challenge in BC and considers the impact on communities.