Fall Winter 2021 Edition
The 2021 Fall/Winter of BCAA Magazine leads with a cover story, The Push for Progress, which features four prominent community leaders who are pushing for social change in British Columbia: Bob Joseph, founder of Indigenous Corporate Training Inc., Carmel Tanaka, a community engagement professional who guides Cross Cultural Walking Tours in Vancouver's oldest neighbourhood of Strathcona, Amil Reddy, a transgender Asian Pacific Islander who works to empower traditionally marginalized groups, from homeless youth to queer, trans and Two Spirit people, and Mary Falade, a Nigerian-born woman and co-director of Motion of Colour. We also follow this story with a helpful guide for all in How to Be a Better Ally, showing that it's easier than you might think to support marginalized communities.
As the world begins to open up to travel, our story Your Return-to-Travel Guide, digs into what you need to know to travel with confidence as the world starts opening up to travel again. We include some great tips on what to know when you're planning, and feature some hot-spots that are at the top of British Columbian's travel lists, and what you need to know before you go. Finally, our Mobility focus in this issue of the magazine is on Evo's expansion to Victoria – why we chose Victoria, how it works, as well as five trips Evo Members can take from our new Victoria Home Zone.
For the cover artwork of this issue, BCAA was honoured to commission this custom design by xʷməθkʷəýəm (Musqueam) artist Debra Sparrow (θəliχʷəlʷət), who was born and raised on the Musqueam Indian Reserve and is an acclaimed weaver, designer and jewellery maker.
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