The Carnegie Alley Health Fair celebrated its 7th event on Tuesday April 21st in Vancouver.
Organizations and services providers in Vancouver’s DTES gathered together to connect, promote health and wellness, and educate participants about services available in Vancouver’s DTES. This is a City of Vancouver “Homeless Connect” event.
AHA MEDIA is very proud to do visual documentation for the upcoming Carnegie Alley Health Fair on Tuesday April 21st – 11am to 3pm in Vancouver DTES
Tuesday April 21st, 2015 Vancouver’s DTES celebrates it’s 7th Alley Health Fair. From 11am -3pm organizations and services providers in Vancouver’s DTES gather together to connect, promote health and wellness, and educate participants about services available in Vancouver’s DTES. This is a City of Vancouver “Homeless Connect” event.
This year the event will be held on the 400 block of Columbia Street (between Hastings & Pender), due to the renovation and construction along Hastings 100 block and the original alley.
Holly Boyd of AHA MEDIA holds up an Carnegie Alley Health Fair announcement.
Kind hearted strangers give away chocolates and clothing on Valentine’s Day to low income residents in Vancouver Downtown Eastside (DTES)
Join Mable Elmore with guests including environmentalist Sven Biggs.
Learn more about Mable’s commitment to oppose the proposed pipeline expansion and the need to grow Canada’s renewable energy sector.
Mable Elmore believes Vancouver East needs a strong voice to speak out unequivocally against the Kinder Morgan pipeline plan, and that there is overwhelming evidence to show the risks far outweigh any benefit for our community. Mable understands the need for urgent action on climate change and investment in Canada’s growing renewable energy sector.
As some of you might be aware, Mable Elmore – MLA for Vancouver-Kensington NDP—is now seeking the NDP nomination to become the next federal MP for Vancouver East. Mable is deeply committed to social justice and proactive governance. Mable also has a sincere commitment to getting young and new people involved in the political process.
Roland Clarke with Mable Elmore
A mild Winter’s day has a man practicing his Tennis strokes using a tennis ball attached to a rope in tetherball style.
Saturday, December 20th, 2014 12:00 Noon
In 1988 The Oppenheimer Park Christmas Dinner began and in 1992 the Oppenheimer Park Christmas fund was created. Over our twenty six year history we’ve served over 3,000 meals each and every year, and created a very special Christmas tradition in the Downtown Eastside, complete with a visit from Santa and small gifts including new socks, gloves and packages of toiletries. We estimate that in 2010 we crossed the 50,000 mark in total dinners served! This has been accomplished with the support of hundreds of volunteers, the film industry community and local businesses.