Please join us for
Pathways Annual Inclusion Chain and the City of Kelowna ‘Community Inclusion Month’ Proclamation with Mayor Colin Basran, Wednesday, October 5, 2022 at 10:00 am in front of City Hall on Water Street! Warm beverages to be provided!
Please see the attached poster for the picnic from CLBC in the West Kootenays.
Thursday October 13 from 10-3 at Lakeside Park in Nelson.
Looks like a party!
Here’s the details for the CLBC picnic in Cranbrook next week. Hot Dogs, etc provided, enjoy a barbecue before summer is over!
Community Connections Support Services envisions a vibrant and inclusive society that embraces equality and diversity by promoting racial and LGBTQ2S+ justice and eliminating discrimination for all.
We acknowledge the land that we live, work, and play on as the traditional territories of the Okanagan, Ktunaxa, and Sinixt Nations.
Hey everyone, just wanted to reach out with info from Prepared BC about how you can find your local cooling centre – check it out. Keep cool and stay safe!
Hey everyone, check out the information from PreparedBC about recognizing and treating heat-related illnesses – stay safe and keep cool!
Hey everyone, looks like the power’s back on in the Okanagan! Another good reminder to keep those emergency preparedness kits stocked with flashlights, batteries, and candles.
Hey everyone, some weather and air quality alerts in our area – stay safe!
Hey everyone, with
the current heat warnings in effect please take extra precautions to keep cool at this time.
Stay updated on heat warnings and current wildfire info (
https://www.emergencyinfobc.gov.bc.ca/) and find out what measures are in place locally for cooling centres and heat response/resources, should you need them. Example from Kelowna here: https://www.kelowna.ca/our-community/news-events/news/cool-down-locations-available-public-temperatures-climb
Stay safe everyone!