It’s 211 Day: Let the Bells Ring Out and the Banners Fly!!

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It’s 211 Day: Let the Bells Ring Out and the Banners Fly!!

It’s 211 Day: Let the Bells Ring Out and the Banners Fly!!

February 11th is 211 Day. 211 service in BC  launched in 2010, and as we move into our sixth year, 211 Day gives us an opportunity blow out a few candles and to reflect on where we came from, and where we are heading. But first… What is […]

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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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Uniting for the Syrian Refugees

Uniting for the Syrian Refugees

Meeting the Humanitarian Need As the humanitarian crisis caused by the civil war in Syria continues, thousands of Canadians have mobilized to sponsor refugees and help the new arrivals to Canada. Provincial and municipal governments are actively preparing in anticipation, and settlement agencies are gearing up to […]

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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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