Richmond Community Profile by the United Way of the Lower Mainland

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Richmond Community Profile by the United Way of the Lower Mainland

Richmond Community Profile by the United Way of the Lower Mainland

bc211 partnered with United Way of the Lower Mainland to support the development of a Richmond Community Profile, a comprehensive report released December 15th 2015. The Community Profile breaks down population, economic and social statistics in 14 Richmond neighbourhoods and shows that Richmond’s population has grown by […]

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Homeless and Street-Involved Youth Survey: A Summary

Homeless and Street-Involved Youth Survey: A Summary

The McCreary Centre Society is a non-government not-for-profit committed to improving the health of BC youth through research, education and community-based projects.  In July 2015, the Society released the findings of its 2014 Homeless and Street-Involved Youth Survey (HSIYS). A total of 681 youth (aged 12-19 years) participated, […]

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Surrey Community Profile by the United Way of the Lower Mainland

Surrey Community Profile by the United Way of the Lower Mainland

bc211 partnered with the United Way of the Lower Mainland to support the development of a Surrey/White Rock Community Profile, which was recently featured in the local media. This is the first in a series of profiles focusing on Lower Mainland communities that will include data and […]

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Richmond: A Community Snapshot

Richmond: A Community Snapshot

bc211 presented a Community Snapshot to the City of Richmond in which we highlighted some of the findings around calls we received and referrals we made related to Richmond in 2014. Following is an overview of findings for Richmond calls we received from January 2014 to April […]

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A Year on the Sunshine Coast

A Year on the Sunshine Coast

A Retrospective of Sunshine Coast Call Data In March 2014, bc211 expanded to the Sunshine Coast, broadening the territory reached by service. Now people from Earls Cove to Hope, and from Lillooet to White Rock can access information and referrals to resources in their community by simply […]

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Thousands Assisted. For Free.

Thousands Assisted. For Free.

Is bc211 still relevant? In these highly-connected times it’s tempting to assume that information needs are being met more than ever before. In 2012 Statistics Canada declared that 83% of Canadian households had internet access at home1. We have the internet and we have smartphones and tablets; […]

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