Jill Bennett of CKNW Weekend Morning News interviewed Tracy Porteous about our new workplace training video aimed at drawing awareness to violence in remote, resource-based communities. Many thanks to CKNW for allowing us to share a clip of the interview.
Doug Herbert of CBC Daybreak Kamloops spoke with EVA BC’s Executive Director Tracy Porteous about our new workplace training video aimed at drawing awareness to violence in remote, resource-based communities. Listen to the full interview on CBC: Ending Domestic Violence in Rural … Continue reading
The Globe and Mail discusses the correlation between BC extraction industries and domestic abuse in this article, including an interview with EVA BC’s Executive Director Tracy Porteous - Study shows correlation between BC extraction industries, domestic abuse
EVA BC will be developing a workplace training video in conjunction with the Province of BC and Encana to support better workplace practices and interventions to end violence against women. The video will be focused on workers involved in resource … Continue reading
We are so pleased to share with you 4 new Be More Than A Bystander PSA’s that are being shown at the BC Lions games this season. BC Lions’ JR LaRose, Travis Lulay, and Dean Valli and General Manager Wally Buono speak up to break … Continue reading
EVA BC is thrilled to receive the Healthy City Award from the City of Vancouver for our work in contributing to making Vancouver and BC safer for women and children from violence! Many thanks to the Vancouver Mayor’s office. Read about … Continue reading
Surrey launched the 4th annual Rakhi Project this week to raise awareness around issues of domestic abuse. Ending Violence Association of BC is proud to be in partnership with the The Rakhi project, spearheaded by the City and in partnership with Surrey RCMP, … Continue reading
EVA BC and BC Lions are thrilled to present Be More Than A Bystander at the third annual Women’s Safety Fair on July 5, 2014, 11am-4pm at the Trout Lake Community Centre, held by the Vancouver Police Department and community partners. Angus … Continue reading
An article by the Times Colonist - Watchdog calls for police departments to work together.
Victoria police are gutting their cold case section and adding four domestic violence investigators. Read the full article by the Vancouver Sun: Victoria police cut Michael Dunahee file, other cold cases; add domestic violence cops.