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Lookout Housing and Health Society is a non-profit charitable organization, providing housing and a range of support services to adults with low or no income who have few, if any, housing or support options.
Harvest Project is a community-based urban relief organization and registered Canadian charity. They provide one-to-one client-coaching and active-listening, a rent bank, a grocery-support program, clothing supports, assistance for workforce re-entry, food-recovery and redistribution, and a retail Clothes For Change Thrift Boutique.
The NSDRC is the only organization on the North Shore that assists anyone, regardless of age, with any kind of disability. The Community Based Services department provides one-to-one and/or group support to children and adults with disabilities and their families through a variety of programs.
The Canadian COVID-19 proof of vaccination is a reliable way to show your COVID-19 vaccination history when you travel. It’s available from many provinces or territories, currently not in British Columbia. Continue to use the proof of vaccination that’s available in B.C. until the Canadian COVID-19 proof is available in our province.
Do you need to talk to someone about an issue at home or school? Are you having difficulty finding friends or transitioning to the job market? The North Shore Youth Services Directory covers the range of issues facing youth today and provides the contact information you need to help you connect with the right people. Provided in partnership between City of North Vancouver, District of North Vancouver, and District of West Vancouver.
If you or someone you know needs support or has an issue to discuss, contact any of the listed resources. These support services for youth are free, anonymous, and confidential.
This webpage includes current potential exposures in VCH schools with an increased risk of ongoing transmission, including the school name and potential dates of exposure. School exposures are archived four weeks following the last date of exposure. Updated daily on weekdays from Monday to Friday, excluding all public holidays.
Find the information on recreation programs, food service, shuttle bus, etc. Seniors’ Help Line: 604-925-7280
Join an intergenerational march to commemorate Orange Shirt Day. Members of the UBC STEM community, families and those in solidarity are welcome to participate. September 30, 2021, 11:45 am – 2:00 pm.
Gatherers are encouraged to wear orange and bring a drum to play during Skookum Surrey’s National Day for Truth and Reconciliation event at Holland Park on Thursday (Sept. 30). “An afternoon of stories, tea, bannock and drumming” is promised during the rain-or-shine event, planned from 2 to 4 p.m. near the park fountain, off Old Yale Road at King George Boulevard.
CBC is sharing First Nations, Métis and Inuit perspectives and experiences from across the country. For the entire day of September 30, 2021, these stories will be broadcast across CBC TV, CBC News Network, CBC.ca, CBC Kids, CBC Radio One and CBC Music.
MOA’s popular Sound House series: a reflective night of poetry, hip hop, and spoken word by Indigenous artists to mark Orange Shirt Day. Join in a commemorative lantern procession and take in the powerful performances by the orange glow in MOA’s Haida House. September 30, 2021, 7-9pm.
The BC Provincial Nominee Program offers three ways to become a permanent resident in B.C: Skills Immigration, Express Entry BC, and Entrepreneur Immigration. Each pathway contains different categories you can apply under, depending on your National Occupational Classification skill level, job, or international student status.
The Government of Canada’s webpage explaining various options to immigrate to Canada: Express Entry, Provincial nominees, Family sponsorship, Health-care workers permanent residence pathway, Temporary resident to permanent resident pathway, etc.
The BC Refugee Hub is easy to navigate and browse, filled with a variety of information on programs, services and publications related to refugees in British Columbia. The aim is to be a one-stop hub for all information and resources available to better support refugees residing in BC. Created by ISSofBC in partnership with the Provincial Government of British Columbia.
A flowchart of the process to claim status as a Convention Refugee or a Person in Need of Protection. The flowchart shows 2 timelines for refugee claimants in Canada: a refugee claim at a Port of Entry with CBSA and inside of Canada with IRCC.
Co-created by Tsatsu Stalqayu, Mortal Coil and Butterflies in Spirit, Xweýene:msta:m ?əkwəsqwel, seýeḿ (translation: call to witness / listen to respected one) is a performance to honour Orange Shirt Day on Thursday, September 30, 2021, presented by the Vancouver Art Gallery.
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