A Dawson Creek Daily News article about the Be More Than a Bystander Program and its visit to Fort St. John and Dawson Creek – No Longer Standing By After Presentation.
At a media conference held at BC Place on April 4, 2013, the BC Ministry of Children and Family Development and the BC Ministry of Justice announced they are extending their funding support for the youth education component of the … Continue reading
Read about the extension of funding for the Be More Than a Bystander program in this BC Government article: Groundbreaking anti-violence program extended.
Executive Director, Tracy Porteous, talks to BC Almanac on CBC radio about the Province’s announcement to continue to support Be More Than a Bystander Listen to the full interview here.
Global News article: Province gets behind anti-violence program supported by BC Lions
The BC government is investing $160,000 in a province-wide campaign to educate people about violence against women. Read about it at News 1130.
The Huffington Post’s Kathryn Marshall takes International Women’s day as a chance to discuss the fact that violence against women isn’t a women’s issue, it’s a societal issue. Click here to read the article, on how the Be More Than … Continue reading
Cloverdale Reporter article about the BC Lions visit to students at Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary in Cloverdale to share how to Be More Than a Bystander: BC Lions educate students on violence prevention
A Northeast News article about J.R. LaRose and Angus Reid’s visit to Fort St. John to present Be More Than a Bystander – BC Lions Tackle “Touchy Subject” in Fort St. John.
A Dawson Creek Daily News article about the BC Lions’ visit with students in Dawson Creek to present Be More Than A Bystander – Lions Teach Students to Roar.