PENTICTON & DISTRICT MANUFACTURED HOME OWNERS ASSOCIATION
P.O. Box 22020, Penticton, BC V2A 8L1
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The Monitoring Report for 2017 is now out. Click here to access it.
Well, another year has passed and the Office of the Seniors' Advocate has produced its second Annual Report. Attached as a pdf is the 2015-2016 Annual Report. You may find of particular interest page 20 entitled "May 2015 - Seniors' Housing in B.C.: Affordable. Appropriate. Available". It's in your interest to check out the whole report as well.
The BC Government in 2015 embarked on a new venture by having Isabel Mackenzie, the BC Seniors' Advocate, travel through BC. She came to Penticton on April 22, 2015, as outlined below. Future meetings of this sort will be advertised on this page, along with other important information. The most recent events will appear at the top of the page and older events further down.
The Second Annual meeting, in the form of a Seniors' Forum, will happen on Thursday, February 4th 2016 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Penticton Museum and Archives, 785 Main St., Penticton.
There will be 3 MLA's at that Seniors' Forum, Judy Darcy, MLA for Health; Selina Robinson, MLA for Seniors, Local Government and Sport; and David Eby, MLA for Housing, Liquor Policy, Gaming, Tourism and PavCo.
"We are conducting a tour to speak with seniors across BC to better understand the issues that matter to them.
This is your chance to ask questions directly to a group of MLA's who work on issues that are important to seniors, issues such as Health, Housing and Transportation.
We look forward to seeing you on Thursday February 4th at the Penticton Museum and Archives."
Also, the First Monitoring Report of Senior’ Services by B.C.’s
Seniors Advocate, Isobel MacKenzie, has been released. For your convenience, you can access the pdf Presentation
The Powerpoint Presentation is here.
Impressive work is being done to determine where we’re at on many issues and where we want to be forging forward as a province with the highest percentage of seniors in the country.
Isabel Mackenzie, the BC Seniors' Advocate, spoke at the Shatford Centre in Penticton on April 22, 2015.
Merle Kindred, Secretary and Director of the Association, was present and took notes. Click on this link to read her notes in pdf format.
Also in the April 24th edition of the Western News there was a write-up. Click this link for that pdf document.