Here are all of our past articles.
We work better together: The Community Health Network model at work on southern Vancouver Island
Community Health Networks use a collective impact model that emphasizes cross-sector partnerships and can be applied to complex social issues. Networks serve as a convener to facilitate and support structure, planning, and community engagement.
Four principles for equitable public engagement
This fall, BC Healthy Communities, through PlanH, hosted a webinar on equitable public engagement. In this piece, we share the four main highlights of the insights and experience shared by our panel of community engagement experts.
Winter, COVID and outdoor spaces: What local governments can do to keep their constituents outside and active during the winter months
For many, it’s been easy to be active and social while physically distancing during summer and fall. As we move into colder months, local governments can take action to make it easier for folks to continue to get outside and be active despite the colder and shorter days ahead.
A new tool for socially connected and resilient communities: the Healthy Social Environments Framework.
On-Demand Webinar, An Introduction to the Healthy Social Environments Framework. As we continue to witness the impacts of COVID-19 on B.C. families and communities, we can see how important social...