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Collaborating for Upstream Impact on Community Health and Well-being
Host: Island Health
Location: Parksville, BC
Contact: Celeste Zimmer at firstname.lastname@example.org
**PIBC members are eligible to receive up to 11.75 Organized/Structured CPL units for attending this event**
Location: Victoria Executive Centre 915 Fort St., Meares Room, Victoria, BC.
Times: 9:00am - 12:00pm
Host: Innoweave is pleased to partner with BC Healthy Communities and Victoria Foundation to offer an Innoweave Impact Accelerator Working Session
The Public Health Agency of Canada is hosting an informative webinar on March 29th. Join in to discuss their newly released Age-Friendly Communities (AFC) Evaluation Guide and learn how a local community is using age-friendly indicators to measure the success of their initiative.
This webinar is a great resource for anyone with an interest in learning more about how to measure progress and evaluate their age-friendly initiatives.
This free webinar will review the basic concepts and examples of the Collective Impact approach, and will provide an overview of the Innoweave Collective Impact workshop. The workshop, which builds on this webinar, is designed to help 4-5 member teams of leaders from community organizations to:
Healthy Community Partnerships: How far have we come, where are we now and where next?
Host: Vancouver Coastal Health
Audience: This forum is open to a limited number of invited local government and First Nations staff and elected officials who are part of Vancouver Coastal Health's Healthy Community Partnerships, and Vancouver Coastal Health staff. This invitation list is currently full.
Location: North Vancouver
This Request for Proposal is designed to seek proposals from communities wanting to host the 9th BC Rural Communities Summit in the spring of 2016. The BC Rural Network will work with the successful applicant, providing background, organizational support, some financial support, and assistance with fundraising. Final financial statements from previous Summits will be made available to the host community. Due to a more challenging funding environment the BCRN is not as able to financially support the host organization as it has in the past.