The catastrophic flooding resulting from the “atmospheric river” phenomenon earlier in the month has devastated whole communities in southern and coastal communities in the province.
Our hearts go out to all the communities in our beautiful province who are affected by the catastrophic floods and winds. We know that the
Senior women who live alone can look forward to monthly luncheons to connect with other women. What began as a pilot program, the BC CRN-funded
–Submitted by: Lynda Sampson, Literacy Coordinator, Lillooet Area Library Association; Kim North, Community Coordinator, Lillooet Community Connect Innovation HUB; and Joan Giannone, Lillooet Friendship Centre
BC CRN is governed by a Board of Directors, a team composed of volunteers from communities across the province. Aronjit Lageri is one of the
BC CRN’s team of Regional Mentors helps communities establish Community Response Networks (CRNs). Mentors provide ongoing local support in the coordination of responses to abuse,
The Incredible Role of Family and Friend Caregivers, presented by Lycia Rodrigues, Caregiver Support Manager, Family Caregivers of BC Registration is now open for this