Here are all of our past articles.
Learning together: Lessons from our grant communities
If the goal of healthy public policy is to create improved conditions which in turn improve population and community health, then as a whole, healthy public policies must also be equitable and serve to reverse health inequities.
Recipients of Active School Travel Pilot Program announced
Students at 12 schools throughout the province will get more exercise and fresh air as part of their daily commute when the second year of the Active School Travel Pilot Program kicks off. The...
Change-making through government vs. governance
We can often equate change-makers to those who are the loudest or with the most prominent voices. However, change-making can also exist on a smaller, more indistinct scale—through acts of governance, rather than government.
Reflecting on equity, self-determination and reconciliation
We at BC Healthy Communities Society (BCHC) believe that it is possible – and necessary – to create communities where it’s easy for everyone to be healthy and well. At the heart of the Healthy...