From BC Poverty Reduction Coalition

It’s an exciting, historic moment! Today the BC Government introduced a law to implement the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. We are celebrating this historic occasion, and we are asking you to join us.

This legislation makes sure that Indigenous people in British Columbia enjoy the same rights and protections as everyone else in the province. If a project, or a law, or an investment impacts First Nations communities, then they will have a say. For the first time in Canadian history, Indigenous peoples will be brought into decision-making at ground level, not left as an afterthought.

Showing your support is easy. We’ve shared posts on our social channels, and we hope you will join us in sharing them on FaceBook and Twitter.

April 2019

Foster Parents/Home Share Providers – Cranbrook and Creston, BC

For over 25 years, we have been empowering Individuals with diverse abilities to live the life they envision in the communities where they live, work and pursue recreational opportunities. Our programs and services are individualised and based on the person’s unique interests, gifts and aspirations. We believe diversity makes our community stronger.

Pacific Coast Community Resources is recruiting for Fosters Parents/Home Share Providers. Responsibilities include assisting individuals with relationships, community activities, personal care, needs and all aspects of living. If you want to make a positive difference in someone’s life, join Pacific Coast Community Resources in welcoming someone into your home.

If you are successful, we will then negotiate a fee once we have matched you with the right person.

Please contact Lyle Stuart for details.

Phone:  250-420-7736