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Your Health, Our Commitment: Our New Campaign to Support Pandemic Recovery, Strengthen Public Health, and Build Resilient Communities For All

Our new campaign “Your Health, Our Commitment” is a call to move beyond pandemic response towards a brighter, more equitable future for all. Click over to learn more, and how you can support this important campaign.

COVID-19 Blog Posts

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Activate Health Blog Posts

Go here to access all of our Activate Health blog posts. This page is updated regularly.

Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Health and Well-Being of Young Adults in British Columbia

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted all of us, though, some more than others. The BC COVID-19 SPEAK Survey we funded last year showed one key group that was experiencing significant unintended consequences of the pandemic: young adults.

Newsletter #26: July 2021

Safer Seafoods for Coastal BC First Nations Communities, BCCDC Foundation is Hiring, The Health of Our Planet Affects the Health of Our Population, and more in our July newsletter. Check it out!

Due to COVID-19…

Our in-person events have been put on hold. Please see our Events page to view all our past events.

We’re proud to partner with LifeLabs

We’re proud to announce that the BCCDC Foundation is partnering with LifeLabs on an anti-stigma campaign about substance use.

Preventing Childhood Asthma: Putting Evidence into Action

The Foundation is pleased to fund important work to prevent childhood asthma, the most prevalent chronic childhood condition. Learn more about this work.

Our Story: Driving Positive Change for the Mental Well-being of Children and Youth

The first week of May is Mental Health Week in Canada; a time to raise awareness of, and advocate for, mental health. This year’s theme was ‘My Story,’ the aim of which was to amplify voices, share experiences, make connections, and ultimately help people who may feel alone in their own story to recognize themselves …

SPEAK to Us: Help Improve the Health of Your Community

You are invited to participate in SPEAK 3, the latest population health survey for British Columbians. We want to know how you’re doing. You’ll be asked questions such as: How is your health and mental wellbeing? Do you feel connected to your community? Are your healthcare needs being met? Our Foundation is pleased to have …

Newsletter #42: April 2023

Researchers Examine Vaccine Confidence and Hesitancy in Healthcare Settings in Northern BC, We’re Growing Our Team, #PublicHealthMatters, and more in our April newsletter!

Researchers Examine Vaccine Confidence and Hesitancy in Healthcare Settings in Northern BC

Through an online survey, researchers conducted a survey to better understand vaccine confidence and vaccine hesitancy in individuals working in healthcare settings in Northern BC. In this guest blog post, learn what they discovered.

We’re Growing Our Team to Help Advance Public Health in BC

We’ve added two members to our team! Nadine Nickull is our Associate Director of Fund Development, and Kristi Ferguson is our Associate Director of Marketing and Communications. Learn more about Nadine and Kristi in our blog post.

Activate Health: Why #PublicHealthMatters

In light of Public Health Week recently, in this month’s Activate Health blog post, we talk about why #PublicHealthMatters more than ever for us, for you, and for everyone.

Newsletter #41: March 2023

New Pandemic Recovery Projects Helping BC Advance Equity and Community Resiliency, Women’s Health is Public Health: Advancing Equity, and more!

New Pandemic Recovery Projects Helping BC Advance Equity and Community Resiliency

We’ve been hard at work supporting pandemic recovery in our province. In this blog post, learn about some impactful projects we’re working on to advance equity and community resiliency in BC.

Women’s Health is Public Health: Advancing Equity

One’s gender identity is a major influencer over one’s health. Women and all genders should have the opportunity to reach their highest health potential. In this blog post, learn three questions to consider if you want to support gender health equity.