Community pressure has pushed the government to commit to a poverty reduction strategy and they are currently organizing meetings across the province. Now we need community action to ensure that it’s a strong plan with legislated targets and timelines.
We’ve put together a guide sharing the key messages and policies to highlight in the consultations. You can also see a summary on our one-page poster.
Events for March 20, 2018
The session is specifically for young people that are in care or have aged out of government care in Vancouver. We ask for an RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org as we have a maximum capacity of 24.Find out more »
The Carnegie African Descent Group invites Black and African-descent low-income community members to participate in a small group discussion to help contribute ideas and solutions to inform the development of BC’s Poverty reduction strategy. The discussion will focus on two … Continue readingFind out more »
Supports are available to help you participate, including transportation, child care, disability and health supports, as well as secure storage for belongings. If you need supports to participate, please contact Lara Therrien Boulos by phone at 604 718-8504 or email: email@example.com All … Continue readingFind out more »
There are several other ways you can share your thoughts with the government:
Use our easy email form to send a message to the government consultations.
Government Feedback Form
You can also use the government's feedback form here: https://engage.gov.bc.ca/bcpovertyreduction/submit-your-feedback/
Call Enquiry BC and ask for ‘BC Poverty Reduction’
Calls can be made Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pacific Time
Elsewhere in B.C. 1-800-663-7867
Outside B.C. 1-604-660-2421
Via Telephone Device for the Deaf (TDD):
Elsewhere in B.C. 1-800-661-8773
By Fax: 250-387-5775
By Email: BCPovertyReduction@gov.bc.ca
ATTN: BC Poverty Reduction
PO BOX 9929 STN PROV GOVT
Victoria, BC V8W 9R2