Hello Federation Members, Thank you for joining us for another Member Support and Information Exchange call. This was our first meeting of the new year and found us once again having to respond to ever-changing COVID-19 variants. As such, this meeting was intended to make space for what was top of mind for members. We […]
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Hello Federation Members, Thank you for joining us for another Member Support and Information Exchange call. We were pleased to be joined by Aaryn Secker of the Canadian Mental Health Association, BC Division (CMHA BC) to provide an overview of the Workplace Mental Wellness Hub for BC and to talk about mental wellness for the […]
Hello Federation Members, Thank you for joining us for another Member Support and Information Exchange call. The Federation was happy to have some non-members participate in this call as well! The goal of these meetings is to support you, our members, and to surface your policy and practice concerns, questions, and items that need to […]
Canada’s first annual National day for Truth and Reconciliation coincided with Orange Shirt Day—September 30th. I saw a lot of orange shirts out and about in Victoria and it was inspiring and heartwarming to witness the support of Indigenous communities and survivors of residential schools. But September 30th has come and gone. So what do […]
Thank you for participating in our October Professional Development, Understanding the In Plain Sight Report: Moving from Acknowledgement to Allyship, co-presented with Emerging Health Leaders. Below is a short evaluation to help us understand your experience of the event. Your thoughts and feedback are much appreciated. Evaluation Form
Hello Federation Members, Thank you for joining us for another Member Support and Information Exchange call. As most of you know, Sherry Sinclair (who usually hosts these meetings) has left The Federation but has asked us to pass along a message: “Sherry wishes you all a very fond farewell and wishes each of you the […]
Every year, The Federation makes an official submission and presentation to the Select Standing Committee on Finance and Government Services. This committee holds province-wide consultations on the upcoming provincial budget and this year The Federation made very clear what our priorities and recommendations were. Our submission and presentation highlighted both the strength and vulnerability of […]
Hello Federation Members, Thank you for joining us for our second Member Support and Information Exchange call this month. To honour each of us on the call, we began with a check-in question. Below, please find topics for this week: Member Discussion Proof of Vaccination program National Day for Truth and Reconciliation Training Dollars Youth […]
What we are doing and what you can do… September 30th has been introduced as a National Day of Truth and Reconciliation by the federal government. The day—a new federal statutory holiday— has been created to give everyone an opportunity to recognize and commemorate the harmful legacy of the residential school system which more than […]
Welcome to this new Federation initiative and this new section of our website. My name is Riley McKenzie and recently joined the Federation as an Indigenous Advisor. I am Mohawk/Scottish and live in Victoria. I have been a guest on the lands of the Lekwungen people for over ten years. My role is to support […]
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The Federation of Community Social Services of BC has been a provincial leader in the child, youth, adult, and family serving field for 30 years. We’re community social service champions. We provide tools and supports that enable BC's community social services to do their best work. Read more »