News

Find the latest news impacting anti-violence workers in BC and Canada.

If you are in immediate danger,
call your local police
or dial 9-1-1

If you are in immediate danger,
call your local police
or dial 9-1-1

Search our news by keyword or topic.

News

News Release November 25, 2022 – Victoria, British Columbia — Women and Gender Equality Canada Crisis hotlines are a lifeline to survivors of gender-based violence and are critical support services....
The 2022 BCSTH AGM will take place on Tuesday, October 18, 2022, 1:15-2:15pm PST at the Radisson Hotel Vancouver Airport, Richmond BC. The AGM will also be livestreamed for those...
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...
89% of BC’s anti-violence workers report having supported service users through experiences Technology-Facilitated Gender-Based Violence (TFGBV).  TFGBV occurs when digital spaces and devices are intentionally used to harass, abuse and...
BCSTH is launching a new Tech Safety Project, funded by a MPSSG CFO grant, “Tech Without Violence in Rural and Remote BC”. The new project responds to reported gaps in...

Safety Check!

If you think someone is monitoring your devices, visit this webpage from a computer, tablet or smartphone that isn’t being monitored.

EXIT NOW from this website and delete it from your browser history.

Find out more with our Technology Safety Quick Tips