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.
by Sarah Graham, Coordinator - City of Victoria Youth Council “For trans people, existence is a form of resistance. Society is steeped with so many messages about what makes a “boy” and what makes a “girl”, to be who you are is an act of strength.” sa...>> full story
by Michelle Sandsmark “Feeling alone and being lonely are things all of us have experienced. Yet there is a kind of loneliness that cuts even deeper than feeling alone. Social isolation.” says Kim Samuel, President of the Samuel Family Foundation, “…the lack of meaningful r...>> full story
LIRN BC can bring trainers and facilitators to your community to deliver a learning event for residents. Download more information and the Expression of Interest (EOI) here. LIRN BC is a collaborative approach to building on the capacities of rural, remote and Northern British Columbian communitie...>> full story