BC vaccination card
This New West Record article provides a good overview of what’s involved in getting the card, and what you might need it for. If you’re in a hurry you can go straight to this government page. Your webmaster got the card yesterday – it was quite easy. Tip: if you go to the site and it shows a longish wait time, just try again later; the queue comes and goes.
Seniors Advocate Annual Report
The Office of the Seniors Advocate recently released its annual report for 2020-21. It reports the Office’s activities for the past year, and describes some of the work currently underway and planned. You can get it here.
Provincial Consultation on Seniors Transportation
The time for this event has been updated to 9:30 a.m.
What does ‘hanging up the keys’ look like for seniors in your community? How do older folks without a car and driver get around? The Provincial Working Group on Seniors’ Transportation, hosted by United Way Healthy Aging, is holding a province-wide consultation session for those in the CBSS sector to gather input and discuss how seniors and their families and friends are getting around. Click here to register.
Learning Garden sales
Garden sales return to Monday mornings at 9 a.m. for Sep. 13, 20 and 27 .
Election Day is Sep. 20. Century House will be a polling station, but there are other ways and places to vote. The address of your polling place is on the voter information card you should have received by mail. You can vote at your advance polling place on September 10, 11, 12 and 13.
Everything official for this election is on the Elections Canada site. Accept no substitutes!
- Coffee with Shelly, Tuesdays 11-noon …. register for sessions via the Clarion
- Cafeteria menu – usually updated Thursday or early Friday to show the next week.
Last Reviewed on 2021-09-08