Monthly Archives: April 2013

Brain Tumour Info Days 2013

The Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada is hosting Vancouver Information Day on June 22nd as part of Brain Tumour Info Days 2013. Saturday, June 22, 2013 9:00 am – 12:00 Noon Children’s & Women’s Health Centre of BC Chan Centre … Continue reading

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Canadian AIDS Society seeks advisory committee members

The Canadian AIDS Society is undertaking a pan-Canadian needs assessment on HIV/AIDS in rural and remote communities. We are currently seeking individuals with community knowledge and experience to actively participate in a Rural and Remote Community Advisory Committee. We especially … Continue reading

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Call for UBC Health Mentors

UBC Division of Health Care Communication is seeking Health Mentors for the 2013-14 session. “The Interprofessional ‘Health Mentors’ (HM) program is a unique educational experience in which teams of students from different disciplines learn together from and with a mentor. … Continue reading

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Obituary: Ted Hobbs

Ted Hobbs died suddenly and peacefully on February 20, 2013, after a brief illness. Ted was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease at the age of 45. He was in the process of completing his Masters Degree and the diagnosis didn’t stop … Continue reading

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HRSDC Study about the RDSP- Looking for Participants

BCCPD received a request from a research firm called Phoenix. They are conducting a study for Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC) and are looking for participants: RESEARCH PARTICIPANTS NEEDED Are you a person with a disability or the … Continue reading

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Residents of Vancouver Downtown Eastside Voter Registration

The following information is from an announcement distributed by Jeffrey Baergen, Community Engagement Coordinator, Union Gospel Mission. Elections BC has approved the use of prescription containers (a bottle, box or puffer) to serve as one of the acceptable forms of … Continue reading

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