British Columbians will soon be invited to check in and take action on their mental health thanks to a generous airtime donation by the province’s broadcasters.
The British Columbia Association of Broadcasters (BCAB) announced its members have chosen the Canadian Mental Health Association, BC Division (CMHA-BC) as this year’s Humanitarian Award recipient organization.
“The Humanitarian Award is an opportunity for non-profit organizations to gain significant exposure for the important work they do at no cost to them for the airtime,” says BCAB president Kevin Gemmell. “There are significant stigmas around mental health issues. Our association members felt it was important to continue keeping these issues in the forefront, to help break down those stigmas and educate the public so everyone can play a role in helping and healing.” Read more
Preparations are now well underway for the BCAB 69th Annual Conference set to take place May 17-19 in Penticton. The Board of the BCAB has lined up an excellent slate of presenters along with the social opportunities we all wish to take advantage of.
The BCAB Lineup of speakers includes: Read more
On October 30, 2015, members of the Board of the BC Association of Broadcasters were in Victoria to meet with several MLA’s to bring them up to speed on what your BCAB is up to. This was the first such meeting of the BCAB and MLA’s in quite some time. The BCAB Board provided the following information: Read more
The British Columbia Association of Broadcasters (BCAB) has presented its 2015 Humanitarian Award to Pain BC, an organization dedicated to improving the lives of people living with chronic pain. Read more
Campaign to spread the word about hundreds of free lessons designed to excite BC’s youth about science. Read more
James Stuart looks forward to working with BCAB members from all over the province. Read more
Society hopes to dispel myth of incorrect seizure first aid with campaign launching in July.