Care to Chat- Second Season

Deputy Privacy Commissioner, Michael McEvoy, commenting at a sold out Care to Chat event.
Deputy Privacy Commissioner Michael McEvoy offering final remarks from the floor. Care to Chat :Big Brother in Seniors Care

The inaugural season of Care to Chat was such a success, the BCCPA has decided to move forward with a second season.

Similar to last year, it will include four separate sessions starting in November at the Terminal City Club in Vancouver. We will be formally announcing the topic and panelists as well as commence ticket sales in the coming weeks. However, we can confirm the focus of our first panel will be on the safety of workers employed in the long-term care sector.

In an effort to better engage our non-Metro Vancouver/Fraser Valley members with Care to Chat this season, we are exploring a few new ideas. We will keep you posted once they are firmed up.

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