City of Burnaby New Website
Burnaby has launched its new website at www.burnaby.ca.
The vibrant, contemporary design offers many enhanced customer features, including easier-to-find content, streamlined navigation and an improved menu.
Our website is one of most important channels for communicating with you–our residents, businesses and organizations.
Come take a ‘test drive’ and explore all that our redesigned website has to offer at www.burnaby.ca.
Tell us what you think! Visit our feedback form and select ‘Website’ from the drop-down menu.
Seniors Connections Program
Join this interactive telephone-based program to socialize, learn, laugh and create connections! The program is available to seniors living in Burnaby who are experiencing barriers in accessing community resources to stay active and independent. Session topics include Mindfulness & Meditation; Travel; Safety, Privacy and Rights; Explore Burnaby and more! Each session is around 30 minutes long.
On the day and time of the session you have registered for, you will receive a phone call informing you that the session is about to begin. To join the conference call, just dial ‘1’ when prompted! It's as easy as that. No need to remember multiple phone numbers or access codes!
BPL - Learn How to Use Zoom for Seniors
Seniors! Here’s your chance to learn how to use Zoom.
Get one-to-one instruction on how to use Zoom on your computer, laptop, tablet, smartphone or even your telephone. See the poster below for more information.
(Please include your first name, contact email or phone number and the Seniors Community Centre location most convenient for you.)
Burnaby Community Fridge Program
This program from Burnaby Primary Care Networks will provide in a safe, low barrier and nonjudgmental way food for people in the neighbourhoods to give and take, to reduce waste and feed their children better. It builds and enhances food security in Burnaby for those in need.
The first location is outside the Burnaby Youth Hub at 4750 Imperial Street. Please go and check it out, and feel free to take something or leave something! For more information on what items are accepted for the fridge please view the FAQ here.
National Long-Term Care (LTC) Services Standard Survey
The Standards Council of Canada (SCC), Health Standards Organization (HSO) and Canadian Standards Association (CSA Group) are working collaboratively on developing two new national standards for LTC that will be shaped by the needs of residents, families and Canada’s LTC workforce.
The bodies involved in the development of these standards want to hear from Canadians and what matters most to them when it comes to long-term care. The responses will help shape what an optimal future state of LTC ought to look like in Canada.
Provide your input by taking the survey.
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