Vancouver projects seeking support to provide housing and services to LGBTQ youth.Read more
Open Space and the Victoria Native Friendship Centre (VFNC) invite you to the third exhibition in a four-part series. The exhibition honours the art of the Nuu-Chah-Nulth people, with an individual tribute to Nuu-Chah-Nulth artist Art Thompson.Read more
Camp Blanshard, a subsidized summer camp, is in need of sponsors and donations to continue to offer spaces to disadvantaged community kids.Read more
Island food banks running bare during the summer, as donations decrease.
It seems that every year around this time we hear from the Cowichan Valley food banks that the pickings on the shelves are getting mighty slim, but the need for them isn’t. As the summer season comes along, people begin to think about vacations and barbecues which don’t seem to create the same prompt to fill the donation box that family Christmas suppers and a warm hearthside do.
Read the article: Summer means lean food bank shelves
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UN special rapporteur Miloon Kothari questions the little progress made towards ending homelessness since his 2007 visit to Canada.Read more
High rent, low vacancy rates, high house costs make it difficult to live in this rapidly-growing city.Read more
Looking at how to improve housing affordability to match population of Vancouver.Read more
Social profiling of homeless population by police and/or security services.Read more
A $5-million federal and provincial investment in Aboriginal housing initiative will create housing for Aboriginals in need within BC.Read more
A couple’s donation allows Taylor Manor to operate independent of government support, providing housing for 56 homeless.Read more