1101 Seymour Street

Positive Living BC is excited to announce that we have now moved to 1101 Seymour Street (south-west corner of Seymour and Helmcken). We will RE-OPEN for services on Monday, September 11, 2017. AIDS Vancouver will be moving to the same location and opening on the same day as us. Please also remember that the AGM is on September 28.

Registration: 5:30 pm to 6 pm
Meeting: 6 pm to 7 pm
Talk and Tour: 7 pm (Refreshments will be served)

We look forward to seeing you at our brand new offices!

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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!

Motown the Musical

Broadway Across Canada is offering friends of Positive Living BC and early discount purchase for Motown the Musical (Touring)!
Promo Code: LIVING
February 6-11, 2018
For every ticket sold using our promo code,
Positive Living BC will receive a $10.00 donation!

The next Ou+doorsmen event is on Saturday September 9, 2017 from 3pm to 5pm . We will be aboard a Paddle Boat Cruise. RSVP to richardh@positivelivingbc.org

Clinics at the new Office
Wellness Clinics at Positive Living BC will start on September 11. Call 604-893-2203 or email clinic@positivelivingbc.org for appointment times.


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Published: September 1, 2017

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