Healthy lifestyles. A vibrant economy. Affordable housing. Protected parks & green space. Accessible community services. Thriving neighbourhoods. Clean air and water. A sustainable environment. Cultural diversity. Healthy public policy. Engaged citizens. A healthy community is all of this, and more.
Across the province, 2018 proved to be a year full of learning, action and connection. British Columbian communities continued to advocate for important matters in the places where they live, work and play. Issues such as healthy housing, disaster relief and First Nations reconciliation were top of ...>> full story
Across BC this year, 37 communities are receiving grant funding to support age-friendly planning and projects. The grant awards, announced this month by the Ministry of Health, will assist communities in supporting older adults so they can live active, socially engaged and independent lives. ...>> full story
John lives in South Surrey. Now in his late sixties, John has aged out of the disability payments he used to receive, and has been living without heat, plumbing or power in a trailer in a backyard. His rent for this space costs him more than two-thirds of his federal benefits, leaving only a few hun...>> full story