West Coast LEAF has released eight social media images, based on their BC Gender Equality Report Card 2019/2020. EVA BC had the opportunity to review and offer feedback on the Gender-Based Violence section. Wonderful work from the team at West … Continue reading
Please find this COVID-19 Fact Sheet – we hope it is a helpful resource that you may print and post at your workplace, use as a reference guide, or serves as a resource for workplaces developing COVID-19 Workplace Safety Policies: … Continue reading
Please find a round up of articles spotlighting Ninu Kang’s transition from her role as Director of Communications and Development at MOSAIC to her new role as Associate Executive Director of EVA BC. Building a better, safer BC for everyone – … Continue reading
Shaw Communications and Rogers are stepping up to support increased safety for women and individuals facing gender-based violence throughout BC by providing complimentary cellular phones along with voice and data plans to the Ending Violence Association of British Columbia (EVA … Continue reading
Please find this EVA BC Info Bulletin published June 2020 on Privacy Tips for Anti-Violence Advocates Working From Home.
In this Vancouver Sun Op-Ed, Dr. Bevan Hughes, co-director of clinical services in the Department of Anesthesia at Vancouver General Hospital, and Tracy Porteous, Executive Director of EVA BC, write that while we have been able to flatten the COVID-19 … Continue reading
BC Women’s Health Foundation has created face masks to raise funds and awareness for gender-based violence. 100% of the net proceeds from their Ending Violence Together Mask will be donated to EVA BC to support community-based anti-violence services and cross-sector … Continue reading
This India Education Diary article spotlights UBC’s announcement of 2020 honorary degrees, recognizing seventeen individuals for their substantial contributions to society. EVA BC’s Executive Director, Tracy Porteous, is one of the recipients this year: UBC announces 2020 honorary degrees.
In this Powell River Peak, EVA BC’s Executive Direct advocates for more communication from police in the aftermath of a domestic homicide on Salt Spring Island earlier this month – Deadly act of domestic violence sparks calls for police to … Continue reading
Via CBC’s All Points West: “The family of Salt Spring Island, B.C.’s Jennifer Quesnel wants the public to know the truth about her death. In a letter shared with the media they say the mother of three was ambushed and … Continue reading