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iCON is a reliable and community-driven source of information, resources and networks to support patients, families and community members in chronic disease education, prevention and management.
Search residential listings in the United States by person or by reverse phone look-up.
This site will help you find a telephone number, addresses and postcodes for people across the United Kingdom. You receive five free daily searches.
Curious about the impact of Bill C-18 and Google and Meta’s response on accessing Canadian news? Learn what these changes mean for Canadians and how you can stay informed and access Canadian news directly from media organizations on their websites, apps, or alternative platforms.
Monday, November 6, or Sunday, November 5, 10:30 – 11:30 a.m., The Lab. Register here.
CBC/Radio-Canada is providing this easy-to-search directory of news organizations in your community so you can find a local news organization you trust and support it.
CBC News answers reader questions about the Online News Act.
Bill C-18: An Act respecting online communications platforms that make news content available to persons in Canada
Read the Charter Statement on Bill C-18 from the Government of Canada.
This OpenMedia article answers questions on the Google and Meta news pullout in Canada following Online News Act Bill C-18.
The information on this page is intended to help English Language Learners prepare for a HUB Bike Education program and help their families/guardians understand it.
For more information about teaching kids to ride bikes, ways to stay safe while riding, bike route planning, and repairing your bike, please click here.
Reflect on our history. Connect to the land. September 30th will be a day of reflection, stories, learning, and contemplation at the SLCC. The day will be filled with programming throughout the Great Hall, Theatre, Galleries, and out on the Mezzanine patio.
Love Food Hate Waste Canada works with businesses, governments and community groups across Canada to inspire and empower people to make their food go further and waste less.
Join us all day at MONOVA to engage and learn through hands-on activities designed to inspire reflection and meaningful dialogue for guests of all ages. September 30, 10:00am-5:00pm.
Members of the UBC community, families and those in solidarity are welcome to participate. The march is intergenerational, and aims to be educational and supportive to the Indigenous community on campus and beyond. September 30, 11:00am-3:00pm.
A week of events hosted by the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation. September 25 – 30, 2023.
Teen Reading Circle – The Fire Still Burns: Life In and After Residential School by Sam George | Grades 8-12
Join us at West Vancouver Memorial Library for a facilitated discussion of Sam George’s recent memoir, The Fire Still Burns: Life In and After Residential School. For Grades 8-12. October 5, 3:45-4:45pm.
Join Lisa Lewis, a Squamish Nations author, as she reads her book Tsunaxen’s Journey and teaches traditional Squamish songs and crafts. October 2, 11:00am-12:00pm.
Join the North Shore Libraries for An Evening with Squamish Elder Sam George who will discuss his recent memoir The Fire Still Burns: Life In and After Residential School. September 27, 7:00-8:30pm.
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