Browse the PlanH resource library of publications by category below.

For more PlanH resources visit the following sections:

Offers tips for municipalities and individuals about building and maintaining social relationships.
– Yukon Territorial Government Health and Social Services

BCHLA recommends and provides resources for a number of physical activity strategies.
– BC Healthy Living Alliance (BCHLA)

The Salt Spring Ag Alliance was founded by five key food stakeholders on the Island. Together they have developed a community abbattoir, and a produce centre is on the way.  Their story illustrates what is possible in small places through formal partnerships.

- Plan To Farm

Provides research on poverty in different provinces, as well as online resources, government information, and other items related to poverty research and advocacy.
– PovNet

Provides an overview of the water planning process; integrates climate considerations and shares best practices.
­– Fraser Basin Council

The Provincial Nutrition Resource Inventory is a collection of provincial healthy eating and nutrition related resources. The Inventory was created by registered dietitians from the B.C. Ministry of Health and representatives from the B.C. Health Authorities to help health professionals easily locate evidence-informed healthy eating and nutrition resources that are widely used across B.C. 

Provides tools and ideas for local governments and communities to host a range of Neighbours Day activities..
– Reseau de Quebec de Villes et Villages en Santé

Offers telephone, web, or text support to help smokers quit; list of local support services.
– BC Lung Association

Contains many documents on poverty related issues, including reports, appendices, newsletters, and articles.
– SPARC BC (Social Planning and Research Council of British Columbia)

Outlines BC water legislation at all levels of government and provides a comprehensive list of hyperlinks to BC water resources.
­– Fraser Basin Council

The Rural Health Information Hub provides short, accessible, evidence based descriptions of a range of models, innovations and initiatives. Use this as a stepping off point to dig deeper or adapt the innovation into your own community.

- Rural Health Information Hub

Provides tools, ideas, and policies for building a deeper sense of community.
– Tamarack – An Institute for Community Engagement

Offers links and information on many topics related to seniors, including housing, home and community care, transportation, and financial and legal matters. The British Columbia Seniors Action Plan is also available on this website.
– Province of BC

BC's mandatory self-study course that educates licensees, managers and servers about their legal responsibilities when serving alcohol, and provides effective techniques to prevent problems related to over-service.
­– Serving it Right