BC 211 is here

Just like dialing 411 (or 911), you can now dial 211 and get connected with appropriate community services.

While there are excellent community programs available, many people have difficulty finding the services they need. Service providers also face challenges trying to locate appropriate community services for their clients.

BC211 and United Way are very pleased to announce that Lower Mainland residents are now able to access 211 services that provide an easy entry point for people looking for help, 24/7, 365 days of the year. Thanks to ongoing funding from United Way of the Lower Mainland, BC211 provides 211 services for communities in the Metro Vancouver, Fraser Valley and Squamish-Lillooet Regional Districts.

Click here for details. http://www.uwlm.ca/our-impact/facts/bc211

Rolling Dog Ranch

For all our animal lovers, check out the website of Rolling Dog Ranch Animal Sanctuary in Montana. The ranch shelters disabled animals and its residents include blind dogs, horses and cats, deaf dogs, and animals with other neurological and orthopedic disabilities.

Go to: http://www.rollingdogranch.org/

Questions for BC Liberal and NDP Leadership Candidates

Questions for BC Liberal and NDP Leadership Candidates

The BCCPD has sent the following questions to candidates for the
leadership of the BC Liberal Party and the New Democratic Party of BC.
Responses will be posted at the bottom of the page as they are received.