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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!

Living well with HIV Nutrition Health and Wellness

Mark your calendars, our next Lunch & Learn is on May 4. Jenn Messina will be presenting, she is a Clinical Dietitian. Lunch will be provided. Call 604-893-2239 to reserve your seat.

Brand NEW Dental Clinic set to open it’s doors in September in our brand new building.
People living with HIV (PLHIV) in BC are set to receive ongoing, professional, free-to-user dental care thanks to a generous contribution of $420,000 from the British Columbia Ministry of Health. The donation was recently announced by Sam Sullivan (MLA, Vancouver False Creek) at a private event in Vancouver for PLHIV.

Volunteer at RED
We have a few positions available such as :Décor Set-up, Registration, Fundraising, Game Wheels & Food Servers. If the volunteer works during the day, then they will be given a promo ticket to come back for the evening. Please contact Ken Coolen at kenc@positivelivingbc.org or 604-893-2242 if you are interested or have more questions. Please include your name, number, email & the position you would like.

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: April 13, 2017

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