Healthy lifestyles. A vibrant economy. Affordable housing. Protected parks & green space. Accessible community services. Thriving neighbourhoods. Clean air and water. A sustainable environment. Ethnic and cultural diversity. Healthy public policy. Engaged citizens. A healthy community is all of this, and more.
Are you interested in photography? Would you like to volunteer with BC Healthy Communities and give back to your community? We are seeking volunteer photographers who are experienced and would like to take photos are our community events. If interested email jennifer@bchealthycommuniti...>> full story
Michelle Colussi likes to quote Margaret Mead; “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world;” After thirty years working with community change efforts Colussi knows the power of an organized group. Her work as a facilitator, coach and a trainer...>> full story
By Sue McKinnon There has been research and publications about learning organizations for many years but when we talk about learning organizations, what do we really mean? How does an organization embark on the process of becoming a learning organization? There are several definitions written abou...>> full story