COVID-19

#HealthNotHate: Practice social distancing, not ethnic distancing

At a time when the physical health of our communities is at stake, there’s no need for racial discrimination to enter the conversation. Not now, not ever. With Covid-19, we are fighting a common enemy with our collective welfare at the top of our minds. That’s yours and mine. Our families, our friends, our neighbours….

COVID-19: What workers should expect when returning to work

Every worker in B.C. has the right to a healthy and safe workplace. Workers have the right to know about the hazards in their workplace, to participate in health and safety activities, and to refuse unsafe work without repercussion. As businesses look to return to operation following COVID-19–related work stoppages or interruptions, they are expected…

Public Release of COVID-19 Social Impact Youth Survey Results — Virtual Press Conference

The COVID-19 crisis has changed life in Canada in extraordinary ways, particularly for Canada’s youth. For the first time in their lives, youth across the country have been asked – or required – to stop attending school, manage e-learning from home, avoid contact with friends and loved ones, reorient their part-time or summer employment opportunities,…

Tackling Child & Youth Isolation During COVID-19

DASH is playing a proactive role by reaching out to teachers and administrators from Indigenous and remote British Columbia communities to ask how we can help support them in keeping their students healthy, active and connected during this time of school closures due to COVID-19. According to the BC Government website, only 33% of rural…