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“Hello, my name is Ladan Sahraei.
Celebration of Life
(June 23, 1951 to June 24, 2018)
Kathy Caldicott passed away on Sunday, June 24th and is now without any pain and is at peace and dancing amongst the stars.
Kathy’s wish was for friends and family to gather together for an informal
Celebration of Life
Sunday, July 22nd
Burnaby Lake Clubhouse (Rugby Club – upstairs)
3760 Sperling Avenue, Burnaby
(Note: venue is not wheelchair accessible)
In lieu of flowers, Kathy requested donations be made to:
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Seniors’ Program,
WIDHH, 2125 West 7th Avenue, Vancouver, BC V6K 1X9.
Family Network for Deaf Children & our Deaf Youth Today Program www.fndc.ca/donation/
FNDC, PO Box 50075 Southslope RPO, Burnaby, BC, V5J 5G3
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WIDHH Medical Interpreting Services Advisory Committee
WIDHH is excited to announce we have established an Medical Interpreting Service Advisory Committee.
We look forward to working with our community and partners throughout BC to make our interpreting program even better. Watch the full announcement below.
If you have any questions, please contact Tim Mallach Head of Interpreting at firstname.lastname@example.org or text 905-299-2696 or contact Grace Shyng, Interim Executive Director at email@example.com or text 604-619-1714.
BC’s Fraser River Estuary is under immense threat from both climate change and human activities. This wetland is a biodiversity hotspot that is vital habitat for a large number of plants and animals, including millions of migrating Pacific salmon and shorebirds.
Since 1827, human activities have caused the disappearance and degradation of these important fish and wildlife habitats. This continues today, with even more development, pollution, industrial activities and spread of invasive species. However, in the 21st century sea-level rise is likely to pose an even greater danger, unless we do something to protect this incredible ecosystem.
In this talk, Eric Balke will tell us about his work protecting the Fraser River Estuary, and his research into ways we can protect it against both present and future threats.
Eric Balke is the Coordinator of the South Coast Conservation Land Management Program. He manages a portfolio of conservation lands as part of a partnership with the B.C. Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development, Ducks Unlimited Canada, The Nature Trust of British Columbia, and the Canadian Wildlife Service/Environment and Climate Change Canada.
Price: Free, but register here to guarantee your seat
Accessibility: This event will be ASL signed and is wheel-chair accessible
Location: The Vancouver Aquarium
Livestreaming?: Yes!! On the Vancouver Aquarium YouTube Channel
For more information see ocean.org/oceanmatters