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!


An event featuring an all-star cast of local Illusionists, dancers, models, designers, fashion retailers, hair stylists, and make-up artists and much more who are uniting to support Positive Living BC and its 5,700 HIV-positive members across BC…all in front of an expected sold-out crowd.

Please take a few minutes to answer a brief survey about this periodical & its related web version. Positive Living Magazine takes the decision about its content seriously, as we want to represent the HIV community in good faith and with utmost respect.
The survey is available until February 25, 2017. Each survey participant* will be entered into a draw for a special prize.
*One entry per reader only


HIV and the Housing Crisis

You are invited to join us for our next Community Forum
Accessing safe and affordable housing and other services for people aging with HIV.
Tuesday, February 28th, 2017 – 6:00 pm – 8:00pm
Join us at the Chateau Granville Best Western to share a delicious meal and discuss topics that are important to Members of Positive Living BC.
This event is FREE – RSVP IS REQUIRED!
Please RSVP to
wellness@positivelivingbc.org or call Brandon at (604) 893-2259 to reserve your space!

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: February 17, 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.