An article by The Province spotlighting EVA BC’s Be More Than A Bystander Initiative in partnership with the BC Lions – A Positive Male Voice.
This Huffington Post article spotlights the work of EVA BC and our partnership with the BC Lions in our Be More Than A Bystander Initiative – Pro Football Already Plays a Key Role in Domestic Violence Prevention. The article is … Continue reading
Yorkton This Week article spotlighting EVA BC’s Be More Than A Bystander Campaign with the BC Lions – Support for Spousal Abuse Important.
Yahoo News article – With Ray Rice video, a shift in how America views domestic violence.
CFAX 1070’s Ian Jessop spoke with EVA BC’s Executive Director Tracy Porteous and BC Lions’ Director of Community Relations Jamie Taras for a discussion about domestic violence, the work of EVA BC, our Be More Than A Bystander Initiative, and about … Continue reading
In the wake of the Ray Rice story this week, this Vancouver Sun blog post spotlights the BC Lions’ partnership with EVA BC on the Be More Than A Bystander Initiative – B.C. Lions’ Campaign Urges Men to Break the Silence … Continue reading
Interval House Executive Director Clare Freeman was interviewed on The Scott Thompson Show on AM 900 CHML on Ray Rice’s suspension from the NFL, the need for early intervention and programs such as the Be More Than A Bystander Initiative. … Continue reading
This CBC article features interviews with members of the BC Lions to talk about their view on the Ray Rice story and their partnership with EVA BC’s Be More Than A Bystander Initiative – Ray Rice Video “Disturbing” Say B.C. … Continue reading
Mark Forsythe of CBC’s Almanac sat down this afternoon for an in depth interview with EVA BC’s Executive Director Tracy Porteous and Jamie Taras, Director of Community Relations for the BC Lions to talk about our Be More Than A Bystander … Continue reading
A Global News segment about NFL star Ray Rice’s suspension after a graphic surveillance video surfaced, appearing to show him assaulting a woman who is now his wife. The NFL knew about the assault, which happened back in February, but … Continue reading