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2018 Child Poverty Report Card

The 2018 Report Card shows that BC continues to struggle with high levels of child poverty, with 1 in 5 children under the age of 17 in BC living below the poverty line.

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B.C. Seniors’ Poverty Report Card

British Columbia is experiencing a rapid ageing of our population. Based on BC Stats Population Projections, the number of seniors (65+ years old) in British Columbia is expected to double between 2015 and 2041.

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BC Families Demographic Infographics

BC Families Infographic Series

The BC Council for Families has partnered with SPARC BC to produce a series of infographics about family demographics in regional districts across BC...

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The Invisible Senior

Through personal stories, West End seniors shed light on many issues facing older renters in the West End. Produced by West End Seniors Network (WESN) and SPARC BC in collaboration with local seniors, Gordon Neighbourhood House and the West End Seniors’ Community Planning Table.


Metro Vancouver's Debtscape, July 2016

Metro Vancouver's Debtscape

This report maps the changing ratios of income, debt and assets over the time period between 2007 and 2012 – at the neighbourhood level.

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.@framesfilm is looking for Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth ages 16 to 30 and living in the Lower Mainland for their program! All youth who face a barrier of any kind are welcome to apply. For more info, check out the poster below:

Join us for the 2018/2019 D&I: The UnConference where you can learn how to light a fire under middle management so they become advocates of diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility. Learn more and register: https://t.co/jVSIKGzb4G #CDNdiversity #CCDIUnConference

✏ “I Used The Web For A Day Using A Screen Reader” — 13 common accessibility problems and how to resolve them. By @ChrisBAshton


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