Health Initiative For Men
A huge thank you to all of our Sponsors and Partners in Pride for getting involved with our most important event that we serve to the community. Our event continues to grow with the support of these organizations!
THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU
The BC Federation of Labour represents over 500,000 members from affiliated unions across the province, working in every aspect of the BC economy. It has a long and proud history of fighting for the rights of all working people to a safe workplace and fair wages.
The goals of the BCFED are best exemplified by its slogan: “What we desire for ourselves, we wish for all.”
Unifor brings a modern approach to unionism: adopting new tools, involving and engaging our members, and always looking for new ways to develop the role and approach of our union to meet the demands of the 21st century.
Every person of working age in Canada has a right to a good job and the benefits of economic progress.
MoveUP represents about 12,000 union members at public and private sector companies in Western Canada.
We are Local 378 of the COPE National Union which represents over 33,000 members, and we are affiliated to the BC Federation of Labour, the Canadian Labour Congress and Provincial Labour Councils.
We are a diverse and socially responsible union, working together with many community groups to ensure the public and elected government representatives are aware of the benefits that unions bring to the economy of BC.
Many CUPW members work for Canada Post as letter carriers, rural and suburban mail carriers, postal clerks, mail handlers and dispatchers, technicians, mechanics and electricians.
But CUPW doesn’t just represent postal workers. We also represent cleaners, couriers, drivers, vehicle mechanics, warehouse workers, printers, emergency medical dispatchers and other workers in the private sector.
CUPW is a democratic union. Our members elect all representatives, set the priorities for bargaining, and have the final say on contract demands and settlements. We are proud of our history and the achievements of our members.
Joyful Outcome Designz (JOdesignz) was founded by small business specialist, Jo Martinez . The vision for Joyful Outcomes is much larger than what Jo can accomplish on her own. This is very much a team and community inspired company. A large part of the long-term goal is to create an environment where talented youths, can thrive.
We specialize in helping small to medium sized businesses and nonprofit organizations, live by design. We do this through channels that include: Graphic Design, Photography, Marketing methods - and other forms of creativity, too.
In 2001, a core group of concerned business and property owners in Whalley met to discuss issues of concern in their community. This ad hoc group was interested in the Business Improvement Area (BIA) concept, and saw this as a promising planning and economic development tool for the area.
Two years later the group was successful and The Whalley Business Improvement Area (BIA) was created in April 2003. This was made possible through the adoption of a special bylaw by Surrey City Council. Under the direction of the Whalley Business Association Society (WBAS), the BIA had an initial mandate of five years – from April 1st, 2003 to March 31st, 2008. The Whalley BIA comprised a vast area of approximately 414 acres in North Surrey. The BIA stretches along the King George Boulevard from 96 to 112 Avenues and is roughly bounded on the west and east by University Drive and Whalley Boulevard.