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LGBTQ/2S Annual Winter Youth Cabaret

I was hoping you could help us share this youth event with your networks. We’re hosting our annual Winter Youth Cabaret, a performance night for LGBTQ/2S youth ages 14-25.

When: Friday, December 15th, 6-9 PM

Where: 5th floor of the Robert Lee YMCA, 955 Burrard St.

More accessibility details are on the Facebook event page:

https://www.facebook.com/events/1973514742929984/

We will have two professional interpreters, a film with subtitles, and a variety of other performances. We’re encouraging Deaf and HoH folks to join the showcase if there is a story, piece of art or performance of any kind they would like to share.

TransLink is thinking of changing their fares, please read below and do the survey.

TransLink is now entering the third phase of changing the fare system.  They want to have your feedback and have your say!

Currently, we paying bus fare for all areas of Metro Vancouver (flat rate) and two zones for SeaBus and up to three zones for SkyTrain.  The SkyTrain fare is one zone for after 6:30 PM week  days, weekends and holidays.

TransLink asked for your feedback/opinion on:

1.      Fares by distance with two options: a) bus one zone flat rate and SeaBus/SkyTrain by kilometers ridden or b) Buses, SeaBus and SkyTrain by kilometers ridden.

2.      Fare products for frequent riders (Pre-paid fare and Fare capping)

3.      Expanding customer discounts (example for low income riders)

Have your say!

Here are the websites from the TransLink

Overview of Phase 3 review of fare changes for the next phase:

https://www.translink.ca/Plans-and-Projects/Transit-Fare-Review.aspx

Here is the survey with some information before answering your questions:

https://translink.checkbox.ca/Transit-Fare-Review-Phase-3.aspx

Enjoy completing the TransLink Survey!

Community Engagement Assistant Cerebral Palsy Association of BC

A new social and recreational outlet for seniors with disabilities. This is a new peer-run program with a volunteer board planning activities.

Wednesday, December 13, 2017, 1:30 to 3:30 pm

Yaletown Roundhouse Community Centre

(181 Roundhouse Mews, Vancouver, BC V6Z 2W3)

MUSIC PROVIDED BY NELSON

RVSP TO DAN CHALCRAFT:COMMUNITY@BCCEREBRALPALSY.COM / 604 408 9484

LIGHT REFRESHMENTS PROVIDED!

Douglas College, CFCS Program of Sign Language Interpretation

Douglas College Interpreter Program Announcement

https://youtu.be/oio542HvuT8

Deafhood course Winter 2018

https://youtu.be/OsqMcMGkUWI

Douglas College Continuing Education Announcement

https://youtu.be/SxnRUsEJQJ8

Douglas College Continuing Education: Advanced ASL A

https://youtu.be/2EGKp7LTavI

Deaf Lady looking for ride to VCC

A family in Surrey is looking for a female adult driver to drive a 20
year old female to her courses at VCC on a daily basis from Monday
to Thursdays. The driver is also expected to escort her to
her classroom and pick her up as well.

Looking for: Adult female with a driver’s license. The owner’s car must be safe and well maintained.

Where: Pick up from Surrey (around 120th and 72nd) and drop off at Vancouver Community College on Broadway, Vancouver.

Start and End Dates: Feb 13th Monday – Thursday from 9AM-3:30PM

Pay: Family will pay for your gas and time.

Interested? Please contact us at:
kmjassa@gmail.com or text 604-789-8076

Thank you
shukria