Announcing a new Seniors Program

A new phone line and website has been announced by the B.C. government to support seniors living at home throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. “Please do not be afraid, but please stay home and get help,” said B.C. Seniors Advocate Isobel Mackenzie alongside Minister of Health Adrian Dix.
The call line, 2-1-1, is intended to connect elderly British Columbians with people who can offer support. Services offered through the 2-1-1 line will include meal delivery, help with cooking, delivery of groceries and medications, wellness calls, and visits.
If you would like to offer your help to this program please visit:


COVID-19 Information for CHHC

As you are well aware, as of March 12, 2020, COVID-19 was deemed a world-wide pandemic by The World Health Organization.

This affects us, and all other Canadians, very deeply.

For now, we all must play our part. That means:

  • Social isolation: maintaining a distance of 6 feet between people with whom you are not living with, staying in your unit, only going out for exercise or supplies on a weekly basis.
  • Practicing good hygiene: washing your hands, wearing masks and gloves if needed while shopping, etc. Cleaning hard surfaces with a mixture that includes alcohol.
  • Taking care of our neighbours: we live in a cooperative, check in on your neighbours and make sure they are okay and if you are going out, if you can pick up for them items they need.

Many are experiencing loss of work and loss of income due to this pandemic.

Please see below for links to help:

Finally, please join our private CHHC Facebook group, where you can, for example, ask for help with groceries or supplies.

Stay safe!!


February Events, 2020

Welcome to the month of love!

Here’s hoping we see more of the stuff we love (ie sunshine) and less of the stuff we don’t love (ie the white stuff).

We also celebrate Family Day this month, along with the rest of the country. Get out and do something fun.

Here’s what’s happening in the ‘hood this month:

January Events 2020

Welcome to 2020! Try to keep warm… brrrr. It’s cold out there!

Here’s what’s happening around the city this month:

NYE 2020

FYI there will be no fireworks this year at Canada Place. The venue is being moved to False Creek, but not until NYE 2021.

20 New Years Events to Ring in 2020

Family-Friendly NYE

Where to celebrate New Year’s Eve in Metro Vancouver

New Year’s Eve Celebrations for Families in Metro Vancouver

December Events, 2019

Hooray! It’s December! Let the Christmas festivities (and the last month of the decade) begin!

Tonnes of fun events happening in the city this month:

Holiday Events 2019

It’s hard to believe Christmas is just one month away! (sorry, didn’t mean to cause you panic, there).

As the holiday season ramps up, there are always lots of fun events and activities to do around town.

Some of our local favourites include:

Hungry for more Holiday fun?

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Click here for a list of free Christmas Events around the Lower Mainland

November Events, 2019

Oh, November. Fingers crossed for sunny cold days with dancing coloured leaves.

Here’s a rundown of some fun events that are happening in the city this month: