This category is for sites about the history and composition of the local people. It is also for sites about local social-service resources and institutions. Examples include sites for clubs, social-service organizations, disability resources, genealogy, history, personal homepages, activism, politics, religion, and various sub-groups of the population.
Multi-purpose social and recreational downtown drop in facility for seniors. Volunteer opportunities, history of the organization, membership information, and news.
Annual convention in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Information on tastings, dinners and other events in the area featuring Australian and New Zealand wines. Membership application form.
Organization focused on alternative transportation issues and related educational and community projects. Event and project information, description of programs and services, and current news included.
Non-profit social organization. Contains its history, photographs, coming events, information about sports activities, and members' business directory.
Matchmaking and professional dating service. Includes owner's profile and description of services.
Matchmaker service offers company profile, FAQ, articles on dating, testimonials and links to news coverage.
An organization interested in agriculture issues including food security, nutrition, food supply, health, and community development.
Encourages the study and preservation of local and regional architecture and artifacts.
A non-profit organization which provides family drop-ins where parents, caregivers, and children can meet and socialize. Offers membership information, program listings, and calendar.
Contains organization history, most wanted list and unsolved cases.
Offers individual counseling, referrals, and advocacy. Plus assistance with education, employment and skills training programs.
News aggregator and discussion forum.
Yaletown facility near the Marinaside Crescent district. Class descriptions, volunteer opportunities, events calendar and community news.
Protecting a heritage community space.
Non-profit organization which gives its members the opportunity to develop their public speaking abilities. Includes calendar, FAQ, and membership information.
Organization of Ikebana enthusiasts conducting meetings, programs, demonstrations and workshops. Includes history, an events schedule and a gallery of floral designs.
Lobbies for the local community's interests in areas such as zoning and traffic laws. Offers an events guide, community resources, a newsletter, and a history of the neighbourhood.
Private business club provides a sanctuary and place of retreat and relaxation.
Calendar of events, information about programs and how to help.
Immigrant to Canada from the U.S. provides information including how to bring your car across the border, necessary documentation, what to do when and finding a place to stay.
The largest community foundation in Canada offers an overview of the organization's history and goals, funding guidelines, current grants and projects, application process and deadlines.
Encourages historical research and publication and promotes the designation and preservation of the area's sites. Includes events and programs, newsletters, and archives.
A guide to vegan-friendly restaurants, shops, health resources and places to see for both locals and visitors.
Provides three buildings. Includes details of facilities, services, programs and events.
A family resource program that allows families to meet, make new friends, gain a sense of community and receive ongoing support and assistance in efforts to raise healthy, happy children.
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