Connecting People - Building Community

  • White Ribbon Campaign

    After the École Polytechnique massacre on December 6, 1989, where 14 women were killed by an anti-feminist, a movement formed in Canada involving men wearing the white ribbon to signify opposition to violence against women

     

    It is now an international effort of men and boys working to end violence against women. Its basic principle is the importance of men and boys to speak out against all forms of violence against women. For that purpose, members of the WRC offer a variety of presentations and workshops on violence.

     

     

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  • Office Space For Rent.

    SPCRS has an office available for rent in the McPhail Hutchison building. This is an excellent opportunity for a complementary organization to be situated in a well-known Dawson Creek building.

     

    For more information, please contact our Executive Director Jane Harper at (250) 782-9174 or via email at jharper@spcrs.ca.
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  • December 6th Memorial

    The December 6th memorial was created to commemorate the 14 women who lost their lives at l’École Polytechnique de Montréal in 1989.

     

    We will honour and remember all women who have been victims of violence , specifically the women who have been murdered this year in B.C., two of whom are from the Peace Region. Please come join us on December 6th at 7pm at the United Church.

     

     

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  • Our Mission

    South Peace Community Resources Society envisions a community where people are
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  • Philosophy.

    The purpose of this Philosophy Statement is to articulate the fundamental
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  • Purpose

    South Peace Community Resources Society is a non-profit organization operating in
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  • Mandate

    South Peace Community Resources Society operates under the auspices of the
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