World Hepatitis Day
Join us for our next Community Forum at the Carnegie Community Centre on Thursday, July 27th, 2017 @ 10:00am. Topic will be on Dispelling the Myths of HIV & Hepatitis C Co-infection. Presented by Leslie Gallagher, Hepatitis C Nurse Clinician at Pender Community Health Centre. This event is FREE! Lunch and refreshments will be available throughout the day. Members of Positive Living BC, people living with HIV and front line service providers are invited to attend. Everyone is welcome.

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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!

What surrounds you? at the Playground

Come out & support this solo Exhibition put on by the very talented JohnHenry.
10% of ALL Art sales will be donated to Positive Living BCs Dental Emergency Fund.

Come and join the AIDS WALK team at the Vancouver Queer Film Festival. The “Unofficial Studio 54 of the West Coast” and the oldest Black lesbian-owned disco in the United States was Jewel’s Catch One, or “The Catch” to regulars. This documentary looks at the nightclub’s importance in creating queer spaces for over 40 years before shutting its doors in 2015. For tickets and more info:

Ou+doorsmen & Suits
There are two events scheduled for July 29 & July 30. The Columbia Street Food Truck Festival & a Hike & Paddle to Widgeon Falls. This will be an active and fun weekend. Please email richardh@positiveliving for more info & details.

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 to send us the details.

Published: July 21, 2017

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