Embedded thumbnail for 2013 Innovative Services Award: Career Path Program
October 3, 2013

Career Path is a unique program that provides training and employment to high-risk youth. The brainchild of MCFD youth probation officer Kim Marcotte and Ann Alexander, Program Director of Justice programs at Plea, Career Path was recognized with the 2013 Representative's Award of Excellence for Innovative Services.

Embedded thumbnail for 2013 Cultural Diversity and Heritage Award: Nella Nelson
October 3, 2013

For many years, Nella Nelson has been a leader working on behalf of Aboriginal children and youth to recognize, support and build a sense of place, culture, caring and community. She is the 2013 recipient of the Representative's Award of Excellence for Cultural Heritage and Diversity.

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October 3, 2013

The Burnaby School District developed this program in 2010 to support refugee/immigrant students who are overwhelmed by the settlement process and may have experienced trauma. It was one of two projects that received a Representative's Award of Excellence for Innovative Services for 2013.

Embedded thumbnail for Jordan Arcand 2012 Representative's Award of Excellence in Youth Leadership Recipient
November 28, 2012

The recipients of the Youth Leadership award are those between 12 and 24 years of age, whose leadership and innovation has made a positive contribution to the youth community, who have set and reached personal goals and who have contributed time and energy to benefiting or improving their community.

Congratulations Jordan Arcand.

Embedded thumbnail for Dr. Jean Moore 2012 Representative's Award of Excellence in Lifetime Achievement Recipient
November 28, 2012

Lifetime Achievement is awarded to a seasoned individual who has made significant and lasting positive change in the lives of vulnerable children and youth in B.C.. This individual is dedicated to raising public awareness around issues that affect vulnerable children and youth, and is both advocate and leader-- a true Champion for Children and Youth.
Congratulations Dr. Jean Moore.

Embedded thumbnail for First Peoples' Cultural Council 2012 Award of Excellence Recipients
November 28, 2012

The recipient for the Cultural Heritage and Diversity Award is an organization that recognizes, supports and builds on a unique sense of place, culture, language and community while preparing a better path for children. Congratulations to the First Peoples' Cultural Council.

Embedded thumbnail for Burnaby Public Library 2012 Award of Excellence Recipient in Cultural Heritage and Diversity
November 28, 2012

The recipient for the Cultural Heritage and Diversity Award is an organization that recognizes, supports and builds on a unique sense of place, culture, language and community while preparing a better path for children. Congratulations to the Burnaby Public Library.

Embedded thumbnail for Ashley Frerichs 2012 Representative's Award of Excellence in Youth Leadership Recipient
November 28, 2012

The recipient of the Youth Leadership award winners are those between 12 and 24 years of age, whose leadership and innovation has made a positive contribution to the youth community, who has set and reached personal goals and who has contributed time and energy to benefiting or improving their community.

Embedded thumbnail for Andrea Vollans 2012 Award of Excellence in Advocacy Recipient
November 28, 2012

The recipient of the Representative's Award of Excellence in Advocacy is a tireless supporter that speaks for children, youth and their families, and advocates for positive change. The recipient is a champion in ensuring the voice and views of young people are heard and their rights and interests are upheld. Congratulations Andrea Vollans.

Embedded thumbnail for Urban Youth Project 2012 Award of Excellence in Innovative Services Recipient
November 28, 2012

The recipient of the Innovative Services award is an organization that delivers services in a new, innovative and effective manner. The organization is administering a program that leads to better and more beneficial program outcomes and is a model of professional excellence. Congratulations to the Urban Youth Project.

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