Admin

/Admin

About Admin

This author has not yet filled in any details.
So far Admin has created 1123 blog entries.

Positive Living eNews January 5, 2017



Our next Lunch & Learn is on January 12, 2017 @12pm.

Rapid Access Addictions Clinic (RAAC)
Presented by Kohen Elander, Social Worker with Providence Health Care (St. Paul’s Hospital)

Seating is LIMITED. Lunch is Provided
Can’t be there in person?
Join us LIVE via Webinar (click here to register)

To attend this lunch & learn, please RSVP to Brandon Laviolette at wellness@positivelivingbc.org or call (604) 893-2239

In the news

British Columbia

Canada

International

Positive Living Magazine
We’re happy to announce Positive Living magazine has a new online format – it’s interactive, shareable, and works well on mobile devices. Have a read and check it out!

Red Ribbon Breakfast

Wednesday, March 8th, 2017 7:30 am to 8:30 am
Hyatt Regency Hotel, 655 Burrard Street, Vancouver

A high-powered networking event for busy professionals. Enjoy a complimentary breakfast and learn about the work Positive Living BC does in the community.

To RSVP, contact Zoran Stjepanovic, our Director of Development, at zorans@positivelivingbc.org or 604-893-2282.

 

Cuts & Reiki

January 9 from 10am-1pm we will have our Hair Salon open for sleek cuts and/or trims. Please call the front desk to book: 604-893-2200.

January 11 from 2pm-5pm we will have Reiki. To book your appointment email clinic@positivelivingbc.org

Part time Peer Navigator

We are hiring a Peer Navigator! The successful candidate will be working with hetero males in the Downtown Eastside who are facing Mental and/or Addiction challenges.

POSITIVE LIVING BC welcomes suggestions about news stories we should include on our website or in our eNews email bulletin. If you are aware of a news story that might be of interest to our HIV positive Members in British Columbia, please email enews@positivelivingbc.org to send us the details.

Published: January 5, 2017

Contact: For more information please contact enews@positivelivingbc.org

Disclaimer: eNews is published by the Positive Living Society of British Columbia (Registered Non-profit Society #11928-2085, henceforth known as “the Society”). The opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect those of the Society. The Society compiles eNews content from a broad range of online sources and does not claim ownership of any eNews content previously published by and/or credited to sources outside the Society. The Society publishes eNews in the spirit of HIV-community engagement and education.

 

Positive Living eNews December 30, 2016



From our family here at Positive Living BC to yours we want to wish you a Happy New Year!

Please note that we will be closed on Monday (January 2, 2017) and will re open on Tuesday (January 3,2017).

In the news

British Columbia

Canada

International

Positive Living Magazine
We’re happy to announce Positive Living magazine has a new online format – it’s interactive, shareable, and works well on mobile devices. Have a read and check it out!

Join us in the Positive Living BC Boardroom on January 12, 2017 @12pm for our next Lunch & Learn educational session on Rapid Access Addictions Clinic (RAAC).
Presented by Kohen Elander, Social Worker with Providence Health Care (St. Paul’s Hospital)
Seating is LIMITED. Lunch is Provided
Can’t be there in person?
Join us LIVE via Webinar (click here to register)
To attend this lunch & learn, please RSVP to Brandon Laviolette at wellness@positivelivingbc.org or call (604) 893-2239

Canada’s Volunteer Awards
The Canada Volunteer Award recognizes the important contributions of a not-for-profit organization. If you know a not-for-profit organization that is making a difference in your community, show your appreciation by nominating them for Canada’s Volunteer Awards today.

Part time Peer Navigator

The Positive Living Society of BC’s Peer Navigators, in conjunction with the member/participant,develop strategies to maintain or improve health and wellness needs and implement self-management skill-sets.Peer Navigators network with front line service providers in order to promote the Positive Living Society’s Peer Navigation Services.

POSITIVE LIVING BC welcomes suggestions about news stories we should include on our website or in our eNews email bulletin. If you are aware of a news story that might be of interest to our HIV positive Members in British Columbia, please email enews@positivelivingbc.org to send us the details.

Published: December 30, 2016

Contact: For more information please contact enews@positivelivingbc.org

Disclaimer: eNews is published by the Positive Living Society of British Columbia (Registered Non-profit Society #11928-2085, henceforth known as “the Society”). The opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect those of the Society. The Society compiles eNews content from a broad range of online sources and does not claim ownership of any eNews content previously published by and/or credited to sources outside the Society. The Society publishes eNews in the spirit of HIV-community engagement and education.

 

Positive Living eNews December 23, 2016



Happy Holidays from our family here at Positive Living BC

Please note that we will be closed on Monday (Dec 26) and Tuesday (Dec 27). There will be no massage treatments for all of next week (Dec 26- Dec 30) but will resume starting January 2, 2017. Check our Facebook and Twitter for the Health Clinic schedule.

In the news

British Columbia

Canada

International

Positive Living Magazine
We’re happy to announce Positive Living magazine has a new online format – it’s interactive, shareable, and works well on mobile devices. Have a read and check it out!

Thank you for your kindhearted and caring past support of the Positive Living Society of British Columbia. 2016 has been rife with financial challenges in the HIV sector—so much so that we have had to forgo our annual Members’ Christmas Dinner. But not all is lost! With your generosity, Positive Living BC can make 2017 a year of hope and health for people living with HIV in our community. Click here to donate today!

Sustaining a culture of giving through Canada’s Volunteer Awards
Many organizations have an important role in sustaining the well-being of communities.They share a common goal with many us: to make a difference. The Awards recognize the important contributions of not-for-profit organizations across the country. If you know a not-for-profit organization that is making a difference in your community, show your appreciation by nominating them for Canada’s Volunteer Awards today.

Part time Peer Navigator

The Positive Living Society of BC’s Peer Navigators, in conjunction with the member/participant,develop strategies to maintain or improve health and wellness needs and implement self-management skill-sets.Peer Navigators network with front line service providers in order to promote the Positive Living Society’s Peer Navigation Services.

POSITIVE LIVING BC welcomes suggestions about news stories we should include on our website or in our eNews email bulletin. If you are aware of a news story that might be of interest to our HIV positive Members in British Columbia, please email enews@positivelivingbc.org to send us the details.

Published: December 23, 2016

Contact: For more information please contact enews@positivelivingbc.org

Disclaimer: eNews is published by the Positive Living Society of British Columbia (Registered Non-profit Society #11928-2085, henceforth known as “the Society”). The opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect those of the Society. The Society compiles eNews content from a broad range of online sources and does not claim ownership of any eNews content previously published by and/or credited to sources outside the Society. The Society publishes eNews in the spirit of HIV-community engagement and education.

 

Positive Living BC eNews December 16, 2016




Positive Living is now hiring! Come join our amazing team here as a part time Peer Navigator.

The Positive Living Society of BC’s Peer Navigators, in conjunction with the member/participant, develops strategies to maintain or improve health and wellness needs and implement self-management skill-sets. Working collaboratively with other health care and wellness providers, the Peer Navigators provide direct health system navigation, health advocacy, education and linkage to relevant specialized health, social and emotional well-being and wellness resources related to HIV. Peer Navigators network with front line service providers in order to promote the Positive Living Society’s Peer Navigation Services.
If interested please send Cover Letter and Resume to: glenb@positivelivingbc.org or
drop off in person at Positive Living BC Office –
803 E. Hastings St. Vancouver BC. V6A 1R8

In the news

British Columbia

Canada

Positive Living Magazine
We’re happy to announce Positive Living magazine has a new online format – it’s interactive, shareable, and works well on mobile devices. Have a read and check it out!

Thank you for your kindhearted and caring past support of the Positive Living Society of British Columbia. You have helped us deliver programs, services and supports that sustain health and improve quality of life for our members. 2016 has been rife with financial challenges in the HIV sector—so much so that we have had to forgo our annual Members’ Christmas Dinner. But not all is lost! With your generosity, Positive Living BC can make 2017 a year of hope and health for people living with HIV in our community.

• A donation of $100 will do wonders to sustain our highly successful Healing Retreats (actual cost for one member is $570 over 3 nights with meals provided).
• A donation of $50.00 will help cover costs associated with our valuable support groups such as Ou+doorsmen, SUITS, AJ’s Café, Member’s Lounge, WISE Women’s Support and ViVA (women’s support group).
Of course, the season wouldn’t be complete at Positive Living BC without our Members’ Lounge Tribute Tree.
• For a donation of $25.00, we’ll write your loved one’s name on a red ribbon ornament that will decorate the brightly-lit tree in our Member’s Lounge.

Polli & Esther’s Closet

Winter is here! Helping members stay warm & dry with scarves, toques & hats now available. Come and get your pick and stay warm with these extremely cold Vancouver nights.

POSITIVE LIVING BC welcomes suggestions about news stories we should include on our website or in our eNews email bulletin. If you are aware of a news story that might be of interest to our HIV positive Members in British Columbia, please email enews@positivelivingbc.org to send us the details.

Published: December 16, 2016

Contact: For more information please contact enews@positivelivingbc.org

Disclaimer: eNews is published by the Positive Living Society of British Columbia (Registered Non-profit Society #11928-2085, henceforth known as “the Society”). The opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect those of the Society. The Society compiles eNews content from a broad range of online sources and does not claim ownership of any eNews content previously published by and/or credited to sources outside the Society. The Society publishes eNews in the spirit of HIV-community engagement and education.

 

 

Positive Living BC eNews December 9, 2016




Join us in the Positive Living BC Boardroom on December 14 for our next Lunch & Learn educational session.

Narcan / Naloxone Training (with Train the Trainer) Presented by Rebecca Thomas, Vancouver Coastal Health. 10:00am – 12 noon
Positive Living BC Boardroom
803 E. Hastings Street (@ Hawks Street)
Seating is LIMITED. A light snack will be provided.
To attend this lunch & learn, please RSVP to Brandon Laviolette at wellness@positivelivingbc.org or call (604) 893-2239

In the news

British Columbia

Canada

International

Positive Living Magazine
We’re happy to announce Positive Living magazine has a new online format – it’s interactive, shareable, and works well on mobile devices. Have a read and check it out!

Naloxone (also known as Narcan®) is an opioid-blocking drug that has been used to quickly reverse heroin, morphine, OxyContin®, and other opioid overdoses. It is a safe drug with minimal side effects and has been approved for use in emergency settings in Canada for over 40 years. The current Fentanyl crisis has made this emergency treatment much more well known.

Two sessions:

1. Naloxone Training beginning at 10am for approximately one hour… shows you how to administer life-saving Naloxone if you encounter someone who is experiencing an overdose from Opioid Drug use.

2. We will hold a Train the Trainer session for those who are interested so you can train others to administer this life-saving antidote.

Holiday giving and helping with Positive Living BC

During the Holidays here at Positive Living BC we could always use a helping hand in our various departments, we offer a wide variety of positions. Click here to volunteer today!

Get your friends and family to choose us this season for their Holiday charity of choice. Every dollar makes a difference for our members & services. Consider donating today!

Holiday Dinner update

Financial constraints are preventing Positive Living BC from hosting our annual Members’ Holiday Dinner in 2016. Your Board of Directors knows how important this event is to many Society Members–and we apologize for this seemingly Scrooge-like start to your holiday season. However, we simply were unable to secure enough funding for this year’s event when the cost of other direct services are considered. Be assured, the Dinner remains a priority for us and the event will be restored as soon as funds are available (hopefully in 2017). We are also hoping to provide a comparable free-to-members event sometime in Spring 2017 to launch our move into our new headquarters. Stay tuned!

Please contact neils@positivelivingbc.orgwith your questions and concerns.

POSITIVE LIVING BC welcomes suggestions about news stories we should include on our website or in our eNews email bulletin. If you are aware of a news story that might be of interest to our HIV positive Members in British Columbia, please email enews@positivelivingbc.org to send us the details.

Published: December 9, 2016

Contact: For more information please contact enews@positivelivingbc.org

Disclaimer: eNews is published by the Positive Living Society of British Columbia (Registered Non-profit Society #11928-2085, henceforth known as “the Society”). The opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect those of the Society. The Society compiles eNews content from a broad range of online sources and does not claim ownership of any eNews content previously published by and/or credited to sources outside the Society. The Society publishes eNews in the spirit of HIV-community engagement and education.

 

 

Positive Living BC eNews – December 2, 2016




Feeling chilly? Join us for some delicious chili!

Positive Living BC invites all members, volunteers and their kids to a special holiday celebration in our Members’ Lounge (803 East Hastings) at 12pm, December 8. There will be treats, prizes, chili for all…and maybe even a visit from the man in the red suit!

Contact marcs@positivelivingbc.org for more information.

In the news

Local

National

International

Positive Living Magazine
We’re happy to announce Positive Living magazine has a new online format – it’s interactive, shareable, and works well on mobile devices. Have a read and check it out!

Vancouver Men’s Chorus invites Positive Living BC to their free Outreach Concert “Making Spirits Bright” Wednesday December 14th. Due to the growing popularity of this show and the number of groups invited we will start by offering each group a maximum of 20 tickets. Please note: “This outreach concert is a dress rehearsal which means we may have to start and stop occasionally”. The show will be held on Wednesday December 14th at St Paul’s Anglican Church 1130 Jervis Street, Vancouver BC and will start at 8 PM; doors open at 7:15. Please note as Positive Living BC is a Member organization first consideration will be given to our HIV-positive members! ( 1 ticket per person)

Members, Volunteers and Staff of Positive Living BC please contact- staff member Marc Seguin at (604-893-2298); marcs@positivelivingbc.org to reserve your entrance!

Holiday shopping with Positive Living BC

The holidays are just around the corner and shopping chaos is upon us! Let Positive Living BC help you with some great gift ideas by clicking the picture below, which will lead you to our online auction. By shopping with us you also have the added benefit of supporting an organization helping those living with HIV here in our own communities.

Holiday Dinner update

Financial constraints are preventing Positive Living BC from hosting our annual Members’ Holiday Dinner in 2016. Your Board of Directors knows how important this event is to many Society Members–and we apologize for this seemingly Scrooge-like start to your holiday season. However, we simply were unable to secure enough funding for this year’s event when the cost of other direct services are considered. Be assured, the Dinner remains a priority for us and the event will be restored as soon as funds are available (hopefully in 2017). We are also hoping to provide a comparable free-to-members event sometime in Spring 2017 to launch our move into our new headquarters. Stay tuned!

Please contact neils@positivelivingbc.orgwith your questions and concerns.

POSITIVE LIVING BC welcomes suggestions about news stories we should include on our website or in our eNews email bulletin. If you are aware of a news story that might be of interest to our HIV positive Members in British Columbia, please email enews@positivelivingbc.org to send us the details.

Published: December 2, 2016

Contact: For more information please contact enews@positivelivingbc.org

Disclaimer: eNews is published by the Positive Living Society of British Columbia (Registered Non-profit Society #11928-2085, henceforth known as “the Society”). The opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect those of the Society. The Society compiles eNews content from a broad range of online sources and does not claim ownership of any eNews content previously published by and/or credited to sources outside the Society. The Society publishes eNews in the spirit of HIV-community engagement and education.

 

Positive Living BC eNews – November 25, 2016




We’re inviting you to participate in an exclusive pilot test for our new app launching on World AIDS Day!

The Positive Living Storylines app empowers and supports individuals living with HIV with a customizable suite of self-care tools that allows them to manage their long term health.

The app will launch on World Aids Day on December 1st. In anticipation of the launch, we’re inviting 100 people to participate in a pilot test for the month of November.

Click here for more information

In the news

British Columbia

Positive Living Magazine
We’re happy to announce Positive Living magazine has a new online format – it’s interactive, shareable, and works well on mobile devices. Have a read and check it out!

Vancouver Men’s Chorus invites Positive Living BC to their free Outreach Concert “Making Spirits Bright” Wednesday December 14th. Due to the growing popularity of this show and the number of groups invited we will start by offering each group a maximum of 20 tickets. Please note: “This outreach concert is a dress rehearsal which means we may have to start and stop occasionally”. The show will be held on Wednesday December 14th at St Paul’s Anglican Church 1130 Jervis Street, Vancouver BC and will start at 8 PM; doors open at 7:15. Please note as Positive Living BC is a Member organization first consideration will be given to our HIV-positive members! ( 1 ticket per person)

Members, Volunteers and Staff of Positive Living BC please contact- staff member Marc Seguin at (604-893-2298); marcs@positivelivingbc.org to reserve your entrance!

Holiday shopping with Positive Living BC

The holidays are just around the corner and shopping chaos is upon us! Let Positive Living BC help you with some great gift ideas by clicking the picture below, which will lead you to our online auction. By shopping with us you also have the added benefit of supporting an organization helping those living with HIV here in our own communities.

Holiday Dinner update

Financial constraints are preventing Positive Living BC from hosting our annual Members’ Holiday Dinner in 2016. Your Board of Directors knows how important this event is to many Society Members–and we apologize for this seemingly Scrooge-like start to your holiday season. However, we simply were unable to secure enough funding for this year’s event when the cost of other direct services are considered. Be assured, the Dinner remains a priority for us and the event will be restored as soon as funds are available (hopefully in 2017). We are also hoping to provide a comparable free-to-members event sometime in Spring 2017 to launch our move into our new headquarters. Stay tuned!

Please contact neils@positivelivingbc.orgwith your questions and concerns.

POSITIVE LIVING BC welcomes suggestions about news stories we should include on our website or in our eNews email bulletin. If you are aware of a news story that might be of interest to our HIV positive Members in British Columbia, please email enews@positivelivingbc.org to send us the details.

Published: November 25, 2016

Contact: For more information please contact enews@positivelivingbc.org

Disclaimer: eNews is published by the Positive Living Society of British Columbia (Registered Non-profit Society #11928-2085, henceforth known as “the Society”). The opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect those of the Society. The Society compiles eNews content from a broad range of online sources and does not claim ownership of any eNews content previously published by and/or credited to sources outside the Society. The Society publishes eNews in the spirit of HIV-community engagement and education.

 

Positive Living eNews – November 10, 2016




We’re inviting you to participate in an exclusive pilot test for our new app launching on World AIDS Day!

The Positive Living Storylines app empowers and supports individuals living with HIV with a customizable suite of self-care tools that allows them to manage their long term health.

The app will launch on World Aids Day on December 1st. In anticipation of the launch, we’re inviting 100 people to participate in a pilot test for the month of November.

Click here for more information

In the news

British Columbia

National

International

Positive Living Magazine
We’re happy to announce Positive Living magazine has a new online format – it’s interactive, shareable, and works well on mobile devices. Have a read and check it out!

Join us for our next COMMUNITY KITCHEN on Wednesday, November 16 from 6pm to 8pm. Presented by Positive Living BC and CHIUS (Community Health Initiatives by University Students).\

More and more people suffer from food intolerances that can really restrict their diet. In this community kitchen, students will show you how to include healthy alternative ingredients in common recipes to help manage symptoms of diabetes, celiac sprue & gluten intolerance, and for vegetarians & vegans. We prepare healthy and affordable meals using limited cooking equipment (microwave, hot plate, or no cooking equipment at all).

All members are welcome to join, please RSVP to wellness@positivelivingbc.org

Holiday shopping with Positive Living BC

The holidays are just around the corner and shopping chaos is upon us! Let Positive Living BC help you with some great gift ideas by clicking the picture below, whcich will lead you to opur online auction. By shopping with us you also have the added benefit of supporting an organization helping those living with HIV here in our own communities.

Holiday Dinner update

Financial constraints are preventing Positive Living BC from hosting our annual Members’ Holiday Dinner in 2016. Your Board of Directors knows how important this event is to many Society Members–and we apologize for this seemingly Scrooge-like start to your holiday season. However, we simply were unable to secure enough funding for this year’s event when the cost of other direct services are considered. Be assured, the Dinner remains a priority for us and the event will be restored as soon as funds are available (hopefully in 2017). We are also hoping to provide a comparable free-to-members event sometime in Spring 2017 to launch our move into our new headquarters. Stay tuned!

Please contact neils@positivelivingbc.org with your questions and concerns.

POSITIVE LIVING BC welcomes suggestions about news stories we should include on our website or in our eNews email bulletin. If you are aware of a news story that might be of interest to our HIV positive Members in British Columbia, please email enews@positivelivingbc.org to send us the details.

Published: November 10, 2016

Contact: For more information please contact enews@positivelivingbc.org

Disclaimer: eNews is published by the Positive Living Society of British Columbia (Registered Non-profit Society #11928-2085, henceforth known as “the Society”). The opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect those of the Society. The Society compiles eNews content from a broad range of online sources and does not claim ownership of any eNews content previously published by and/or credited to sources outside the Society. The Society publishes eNews in the spirit of HIV-community engagement and education.

 

 

Positive Living eNews – October 20, 2016




We’re inviting you to participate in an exclusive pilot test for our new app launching on World AIDS Day!

The Positive Living Storylines app empowers and supports individuals living with HIV with a customizable suite of self-care tools that allows them to manage their long term health.

The app will launch on World Aids Day on December 1st. In anticipation of the launch, we’re inviting 100 people to participate in a pilot test for the month of November.

Click here for more information

In the news

British Columbia

National

International

Positive Living Magazine
We’re happy to announce Positive Living magazine has a new online format – it’s interactive, shareable, and works well on mobile devices. Have a read and check it out!

Share your memories of tHrIVe with our new photo app!

We’ve just launched our very own AIDS Walk Photo App (powered by MemoryBox) that will let you share all the pictures you took during Soctiabank AIDS Walk to tHrIVe on September 25th with those contributed by the thousands of others participating in the same event automatically!

Learn how to get the app here!

Are you a great communicator with a passion for community?

Consider working with Positive Living BC’s Communications and Education team!

“My New Poz Life” is a discussion group for people who are newly diagnosed with HIV or considering re-engaging in care. The group is inclusive, men, women, and all gender identities and orientations are welcome. Participants choose the subject for discussion and the group is led by trained peer facilitators. You can drop in for one session or attend ongoing sessions.

The group meets every Thursday evening from 6:30 to 8 pm in the IDC Group Room at St Paul’s Hospital, Room 506 – 1081 Burrard Street, Vancouver.

Contact Glyn for more information.
T: 604-893-2287
E: glynt@positivelivingbc.org

POSITIVE LIVING BC welcomes suggestions about news stories we should include on our website or in our eNews email bulletin. If you are aware of a news story that might be of interest to our HIV positive Members in British Columbia, please email enews@positivelivingbc.org to send us the details.

Published: October 20, 2016

Contact: For more information please contact enews@positivelivingbc.org

Disclaimer: eNews is published by the Positive Living Society of British Columbia (Registered Non-profit Society #11928-2085, henceforth known as “the Society”). The opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect those of the Society. The Society compiles eNews content from a broad range of online sources and does not claim ownership of any eNews content previously published by and/or credited to sources outside the Society. The Society publishes eNews in the spirit of HIV-community engagement and education.

 

Positive Living eNews – October 3, 2016




Massage Mondays at Positive Living BC

Massage therapists work with a wide variety of patients in the treatment of illness, injury rehabilitation and disabilities to help improve joint mobility, circulation and, lymphatic drainage and to reduce or eliminate muscle tension and pain. There is a wide variety of research published in peer-reviewed journals proving the benefits of massage therapy for various conditions. Massage therapy appointments are free for Positive Living BC members on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays at 1.30pm, 2.45pm and 4pm. Thursdays and Fridays are generally busy, so consider a Massage Monday instead!

To book your appointment, email clinic@positivelivingbc.org or call 604-893-2203.

In the news

British Columbia

International

Positive Living Magazine
We’re happy to announce Positive Living magazine has a new online format – it’s interactive, shareable, and works well on mobile devices. Have a read and check it out!

Share your memories of tHrIVe with our new photo app!

We’ve just launched our very own AIDS Walk Photo App (powered by MemoryBox) that will let you share all the pictures you took during Soctiabank AIDS Walk to tHrIVe on September 25th with those contributed by the thousands of others participating in the same event automatically!

Learn how to get the app here!

Big changes coming!
An open letter from your Chair

Summer 2016 was anything but quiet at the Society. On behalf of your Board of Directors, here is some information about our hopeful look ahead…

“My New Poz Life” is a discussion group for people who are newly diagnosed with HIV or considering re-engaging in care. The group is inclusive, men, women, and all gender identities and orientations are welcome. Participants choose the subject for discussion and the group is led by trained peer facilitators. You can drop in for one session or attend ongoing sessions.

The group meets every Thursday evening from 6:30 to 8 pm in the IDC Group Room at St Paul’s Hospital, Room 506 – 1081 Burrard Street, Vancouver.

Contact Glyn for more information.
T: 604-893-2287
E: glynt@positivelivingbc.org

POSITIVE LIVING BC welcomes suggestions about news stories we should include on our website or in our eNews email bulletin. If you are aware of a news story that might be of interest to our HIV positive Members in British Columbia, please email enews@positivelivingbc.org to send us the details.

Published: October 3, 2016

Contact: For more information please contact enews@positivelivingbc.org

Disclaimer: eNews is published by the Positive Living Society of British Columbia (Registered Non-profit Society #11928-2085, henceforth known as “the Society”). The opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect those of the Society. The Society compiles eNews content from a broad range of online sources and does not claim ownership of any eNews content previously published by and/or credited to sources outside the Society. The Society publishes eNews in the spirit of HIV-community engagement and education.