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Here’s how to help ‘courageous’ women fleeing home for Tri-City shelter

Lorna Thomson, program manager, reflects on the resilience of women who flee domestic violence and seek shelter at Joy’s Place. Diane Strandberg The road from domestic violence to domestic peace in the Tri-Cities travels through Port Coquitlam. It’s at Joy’s Place, where women, often with children, make that journey from fear to strength. In a […]

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Paying It Forward

MLA Mike Farnworth “Paying It Forward.”  Mr. Farnworth paying his ICBC Rebate Cheque forward to Executive Director Carol Metz Murray of the Tri-City Transitions Society.  With this donation, everyone wins!! Donate

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Pink Thursday

Bullying, in all its forms and disguises, will continue until each of us takes a stand to say ‘enough is enough’ and put a stop to it.  Join Tri-City Transitions Society in its support of Pink Thursday as we move from Domestic Violence to Domestic Peace as we Boldly and Bravely step into Respect and […]

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Breaking the Cycles of Abuse

Chief/KukpiT Rosanne Casimir kukpiT. rosan ne@kib. ca Tk’emlIps te Secwepemc 330 Chief Alex Thomas Way #200, Kamloops, BC V2H 1H1 communications@kib.ca   Dear Chielf/LukpiT Rosanne Casmir. Elders and community; We can’t imagine the pain and unthinkable loss that you and your community are feeling at this time with the confirmation of the spoken, but never […]

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Home Depot Coquitlam Supports Tri-City Transitions

The Home Depot Store in Coquitlam was a major contributor to the success of the Canada-wide Orange Door Project Holiday Campaign in 2020, helping the Home Depot Canada Foundation to raise over $1.2 million that was disbursed to over 125 charities across Canada.  Tri-City Transitions was one of those charities.  We were very pleased to […]

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Back to school tips during COVID19

Back to school during COVID19: Tips for parents and caregivers It’s the end of summer and going back to school is challenging now more than ever as we are returning to school under COVID-19.  Many parents and caregivers are feeling unsure, overwhelmed and anxious. School boards across the country are now planning for a return […]

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Loss and Grief

Loss and Grief Losing a loved one can be a painful experience which can lead to a path of grieving. In this process people often feel alone and overwhelmed with intense emotions that can last for months or years. Along with emotional symptoms of sadness, people can also experience physical symptoms. Which can include headaches […]

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