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2022 BC Municipal Election Toolkit

BCSTH has developed this toolkit to encourage candidates running in the October 2022 municipal election to work to eliminate violence against women and children in their community. The toolkit includes background information and key points that will help inform candidates about the nature and scope of gender-based violence in BC, as well questions you may wish to ask candidates and a letter template.

Please contact training@bcsth.ca with any questions or concerns.

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