CVS Blog

Inclusion BC – In the News

After lifting minimum wage, NDP government prepares to consult public about reducing poverty by Charlie Smith on August 16th, 2017 at 8:21 AM The B.C. NDP government hopes to have a poverty-reduction strategy in place by next year. Donations help disabled teen realize dream of attending university Accepted to Carleton University, Benjamin Williamson risked watching…
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Federation of Social Service Agencies – News Clippings

1. The BC government is offering emergency grants of $1,500 for eligible small businesses, Indigenous communities, and non-profits affected by wildfires in the BC Interior. 2. Fraser Health is rolling out a new health grant worth $25,000 of seed money that can be used to leverage further grants for projects addressing physical activity, community connections, food security, or transportation.…
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CVS Pub Night – September 14th

CVS is having another Pub Night so that the people we serve, families, and staff have the opportunity to enjoy each other's company and also a burger and a beverage. We hope to see you there! September 14, 2017 5:30 to 8:30pm At the Burrard Public House 2414 St Johns Street, Port Moody $10 per…
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CVS CARF Survey Report

We have just received our CARF survey report that outlines the strengths of CVS and provides a number of suggestions on how CVS can improve. You can read the CVS CARF Survey Report here...
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