Cycling4Diversity seeks to encourage intercultural relationships by educating students and citizens on the benefits of embracing cultural diversity in their schools and communities. The group will be arriving in Abbotsford on Friday, May 24th at the Reach Museum. Join the community in welcoming them home! Check them out on the web here.
A recent study has exposed the alarming statistic that cellphone use while driving has cost ...
May is Mental Health Month Check out some of the great resources offered by Kelty ...
View the Centre’s latest newsletter! The theme for April was The Challenge of Youth Extremism and ...
Each year, about 250,000 immigrants arrive in Canada. According to Citizenship and Immigration Canada (2009), ...
Restorative action is valued in communities that view conflict as a learning opportunity. It is ...
Download a toolkit to support individuals and community groups to advance legislation, policy, and practice to benefit children and youth in the lead up to the May 2013 provincial election. Click here for Elections Toolkit. See what the BC Society for Children and Youth is doing to promote elections decision-making for promoting the well-being of children and [...]
The Representative for Children and Youth of BC has issued 4 new reports since February 2013, with the most recent one released in April. These include: Still Waiting: First Hand Experiences with Youth Mental Health Experiences in BC Much More Than Paper Work, Proper Planning Essential to Better Lives for BC’s Children In Care Representative’s [...]
A Night in Harmony
May 23 6:30-9:30 pm at David Thompson Sec., Vancouver
Building a Culture of Participation
May 29 7-8:30 pm at SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, Vancouver
18th Annual CASE Conference
June 11-13 in St. John's
CYC 2013: Connecting at the Crossroads
June 25-28 in St. John's
UBC Summer Institute on Addiction
July 18-20 at UBC Point Grey