In our May newsletter, we talk about the BC COVID-19 SPEAK survey, two colliding health emergencies, what we’ve funded, the BC Stay-at-Home Campout, and more. Check it out!
From make-shift forts in living rooms, to camping tents set up on patios, balconies, and backyards, families across BC and beyond participated in the second BC Stay-at-Home Campout.
BC is facing two concurrent public health emergencies: the overdose crisis, and the COVID-19 pandemic. How do we protect all British Columbians, especially vulnerable populations, in this context?
We want to recognize the outstanding generosity and support of the businesses who have supported our Emergency Response Fund.
Join hundreds of other British Columbians on May 16 for the next BC Stay-at-Home Campout! #stayhomesavelives
Check out our April newsletter for an update on our COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund, personal reflections from our ED Kristy Kerr on community and “caremongering,” a blog post on the importance of social inclusion, and more!
British Columbians have contributed over $320,000 to support new research at the BCCDC that will protect us from COVID-19
Reflections from Kristy Kerr, Executive Director, on community coming together during COVID-19.
Our battle cry during COVID-19 is to stay home.
This month’s issue about what we’re doing in the face of COVID-19, and what you can do to help during this public health emergency.
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