Mark your calendars for an upcoming event organized by the CHIWOS-PAW Team: “CHIWOS PAW Fraser Salish Gathering”, on Wednesday October 13 from 1:00PM – 3:00 PM Pacific time. This event is for those who are living or working in Fraser Health, or who work with community in Fraser Health. During this interactive gathering, Valerie Nicholson and the Wise Women from… Read more »
Join the next HIV in Motion event! Read on for details from HIV in Motion Community of Practice (CoP) Engagement Coordinator George Da Silva. Date: Tuesday September 14, 2021 Time: 9-11 AM Pacific time. You are invited to participate in the HIV in Motion Community of Practice (CoP). The topic for this session is “HIV,… Read more »
Free 6-month employment readiness program starting October 2021. Learn skills to overcome the impact of trauma in a supportive community. Our programs are open to all women (transgender and cisgender), non-binary, and two-spirit people who identify as part of the women’s community.
August 10 is Prisoners’ Justice Day (PJD), “a day set aside to remember all the men and women who have died unnatural deaths inside Canadian prisons.” (PrisonJustice.ca) It started following the death of Eddie Nalon, a man imprisoned in Ontario. His story may be difficult for some to read. PJD is a statement and call… Read more »
CGSHE presents: World Sexual Health Day Canada: Turn It On! Sexual Health in a Digital Age The Centre for Gender & Health Equity will host World Sexual Health Day Canada on September 4 for the second year running. Submit your WSHD 2021 event to our national events calendar! Launched by the World Association for Sexual Health in 2010,… Read more »
Date: July 14, 2021 Time: 7AM Pacific time Streaming live on Facebook and YouTube Hosted by Edwin J Bernard With guests Kene Esom, Lisa Power, and Richard Elliott Associate Producer: Denis Nzioka Executive Producer: Edwin J Bernard Produced and directed by Nicholas Feustel HIV Justice Network invites you to the next episode of our web… Read more »
via CBRC: The COVID-19 pandemic has caused huge disruptions and innovations, alongside significant loss, preventable death and increased criminalization. Measures previously thought impossible – large-scale income supports, stay-at-home orders, restrictions on travel – were swiftly implemented. Now, as vaccination rates rise and cases fall across Canada, a growing sense of optimism is emerging about a… Read more »
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Date: June 22, 2021 Time: 10-11:30 AM Pacific time For Pride Month this year, Realize is hosting Queer and Trans Conversations about Disability Leadership. This webinar, part of the Real Talk with Realize series, will be hosted by Melissa Egan, National Lead, Episodic Disabilities at Realize and moderated by Heather McCain, Executive Director of Creating… Read more »
HIV in My Day is a community-based oral history project collecting stories from long-term survivors and caregivers about the early years of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in British Columbia. So far, over 110 interviews have been collected for this project, most of which are available in a publicly accessible digital archive at the University of Victoria. At… Read more »
Join REACH Nexus and MAP Health for Ending HIV in Canada Together, We’re Ready! Thuis special research program launch features Canada’s Chief Public Health Officer, Dr. Theresa Tam. Date: June 2 Time: 10 AM Pacific time Click to register Speakers: Dr. Theresa Tam, Chief Public Health Officer of Canada Dr. Sean B. Rourke, Director,… Read more »
from the Federation of Community Social Services of BC The Federation of Community Social Services of BC is excited to announce the launch of applications and registration for a new series of organizational training workshops and webinars as part of the Community Social Services Training Fund (CSSTF). Volunteer Management Workshops & Seminars To complement… Read more »