Youth: Good Health & Wellbeing
What are we missing?
In this Vital Cafe, our Vital Panel of local experts will fill you in on what’s up in Whistler with regards to health and well being of our youth.
Then, we’ll break into a facilitated and Zoom break out room discussions to ensure you have the chance to engage in conversations with community members with all kinds of lived experience.
In 2020, we are excited to launch Vital Cafes that include a panel of local experts and folks with lived experience, as well as, the round table discussions started in January 2019.
Our youth panel includes:
- Dakota Williams: Zero Ceiling Graduate
- Kathleen Collins: School District 48 Counsellor
- Kayla Benbow: Counsellor for young adults
- Nathan Miller: RCMP Whistler’s Community Liaison Officer
- Stephen Greig: Whistler Blackcomb Ski School staff supervisor
It’s an Online Event
While a Zoom account is not required, your experience will be improved with a video camera. You can access Zoom via your phone, tablet or computer. More information will follow, but in the meantime if you’d like to test your capacity to get into a Zoom meeting they have a great trial: https://zoom.us/test or you can find instructions here.
RSVP in the Eventbrite ticket panel above. If you can’t see the panel, please visit: https://vital-cafe-october-2020.eventbrite.com
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In 2017, Community Foundations of Canada started to align our national data sets with Agenda 2030, the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The SDG framework allows Whistler to measure local data against common global indicators.