Coping with Loss When Death is Stigmatized

Coping with Loss When Death is Stigmatized

Join Dr. Doka for a compelling conversation about how survivors can cope with loss when facing these difficult situations, and how professionals can better understand and support them. This is a free webinar offered by the Hospice Foundation Of America Date: January...
BCHPCA Giving Tuesday Virtual Event

BCHPCA Giving Tuesday Virtual Event

The BC Hospice Palliative Care Association will be holding a fundraising event on Giving Tuesday, November 30 in the hopes to raise the community’s awareness about hospice palliative care, the services hospices provide in their communities in British Columbia, the...
National Bereavement Day 2021

National Bereavement Day 2021

The third Tuesday in November marks the annual National Bereavement Day in Canada. Bereavement refers to the time when a person experiences sadness after losing a loved one. On this day, BCHPCA encourages British Columbians and Yukoners to engage the government and...
Hospice Month Wildflower Bloom Campaign 2021

Hospice Month Wildflower Bloom Campaign 2021

May 3 – 31, 2021  Throughout the month of May, the BC Hospice Palliative Care Association (BCHPCA) will be leading the charge in honouring B.C. and Yukon Hospice Societies. On May 3, Hospice Month will be kicked off with the first annual Wildflower Bloom...

National Volunteer Week 2021

April 19 – 25th, 2021 During National Volunteer Week, we take the time to thank and celebrate volunteers all across the province of British Columbia, Yukon, and Canada! Click here for more...
Advance Care Planning Day 2021

Advance Care Planning Day 2021

April 16, 2021 is National Advance Care Planning Day across Canada and we ask you to join us from 8:00pm to 9:00pm to reflect on your values, wishes and beliefs for your future care in the event that you can no longer speak for yourself. All too often,...