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The YES Camp Thermometer is up!

Our annual campaign is here!  
Our goal is to send 5 youth (ages 14-18) to the one week co-op leadership camp.  Your donations cover 100% of the camp fee ($625).  Donate by phone or in person at the branch. 
SAVE THE DATES!
 
  • Don't miss United Against Austerity, a panel brought to you by No One Is Illegal. Tuesday April 28th from 6-8 pm. Vancouver Public Library – Central Location (350 West Georgia Street)


 
“Economy is about how
we take care of home.”
 
As the newest (and youngest) organizer for the CCEC Development Society, Nat Marshik has been busy hosting roundtable discussions with activists, artists, thinkers, seeking new visions for CCEC's role in an increasingly austere, neoliberal city. Read Nat's post on Home, Imagination, and History or follow the Roundtable tumblr.
All Things Co-op
Are you starting a co-op or have an idea?  Need help? Sign up for the BCCA's introductory webinar or their new intensive immersion training program for businesses, Co-operate Now.


New Co-op on the Block
There's now a Residential Construction Industry Worker's Co-op in town... and it's looking for members. For more info, email Jeff.
Supporters of No One is Illegal walk past CCEC's doors during the 8th Annual Community March Against Racism on March 20. Photo: Nat Marshik
Roger Inman Award Recipients: Where are they now?   
  • Emma Sutherland, Executive Director of Red Fox Healthy Living Society (2012 recipient), tells us of their expansion to other communities. Their youth leaders train youth and families how to geo-cache in parks and nature trails; their Drum Group includes PowWow Dancing; they launched a Youth Leadership training program with Big Brothers; and they have a practicum program with Sprott Shaw College. Red Fox program participants are pursuing post-secondary education in Early Childhood Education and Counseling, working at the Urban Native Youth Association & childcare centres throughout Vancouver.  Joe, a youth leader, promoted to Youth Worker, and now supervises programs on his own, including Weekend Warriors, a pre-teen leadership program at Strathcona Community Centre.
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