EVA BC’s Executive Director Tracy Porteous was interviewed on the Lynda Steele Show on Global News Radio CKNW 980 about the Nova Scotia massacre and the role that domestic violence may have played in this and many other mass violent … Continue reading
Today Uber announced its partnership with organizations supporting survivors of gender-based violence, by providing 50,000 free rides and additional support to shelters and safe spaces in more than 35 cities across 17 countries. “EVA BC is proud to partner with … Continue reading
This Rocky Mountain Goat article spotlights how for some families, home is not a safe place, during this time of COVID-19 physical distancing: Home isolation a “pressure cooker” for some families, advocate.
A new legal program will provide up to five hours of advice to victims of workplace sexual harassment. CBC Article – Free legal service launches for victims of workplace sexual harassment. Vancouver Sun Article – Funding provides up to five hours … Continue reading
New legislation was introduced on March 3 which would allow victims and survivors of domestic or sexual violence to take five days of paid leave from their jobs. Please find a round up of news media spotlighting this announcement: BC … Continue reading
This Bezinga Article spotlights the SHARP Workplaces program that aims to help workers facing sexual harassment on the job, co-led by Community Legal Assistance Society (CLAS) and the Ending Violence Association of British Columbia (EVA BC).
In this Op-Ed, Red Seal carpenter Kristine Byers writes about the challenges of being a woman in a male-dominated industry, and speaks to changes that are now taking place to reduce barriers faced by women in the trades, including a … Continue reading
EVA BC’s Executive Director was interviewed by Chris Walker on CBC Daybreak South to talk about the RCMP release of their review of sexual assault reporting at the Kelowna RCMP detachment and the importance of mandatory comprehensive sexual assault training … Continue reading
EVA BC’s Executive Director Tracy Porteous was interviewed by various radio outlets to talk about the new legislation introduced yesterday which, if enacted, will allow victims and survivors of domestic or sexual violence to take five days of paid leave … Continue reading
During a Red FM radio interview yesterday, BC Liberal Leader Andrew Wilkinson characterized those fleeing violence as “people who are in a tough marriage” – his response to BC NDP’s pledge to provide five days of paid leave for people … Continue reading