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Must-read for first responders illustrates why OHS matters

Wednesday, June 27th, 2018

Engaging, heart-wrenching, and at times humorous, Maryanne Pope’s powerful debut novel – A Widow’s Awakening – centres on a fierce young woman’s struggle to find peace with one of the most difficult losses imaginable.

The novel is a fictional account, based on the author’s own personal story of how she came to terms with the death of her police officer husband, who died while investigating a break-and-enter complaint. This honest look at the first year of a widow’s grief captures the immense difficulty of learning how to accept the unacceptable, while transforming loss into positive change. {read more}

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Volunteers and silent auction items wanted

Tuesday, June 26th, 2018

We are currently looking for golf tournament volunteers and silent auction prizes.

If you think you can help out with either, please let us know.

More details about both events will be made available soon. {read more}

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Scholarships making a difference

Wednesday, April 4th, 2018

We recently received an update from the University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) regarding the John Petropoulos Endowment Scholarship and the difference it’s making to students there.

“Awards help our students achieve their academic and personal goals,” said UFV Director of Advancement Sherri Magson in a letter to the John Petropoulos Memorial Fund.

“The endowment fund .. provides an enduring legacy.”

The School of Criminology & Criminal Justice at UFV – which John Petropoulos attended in 1995 – now has approximately 500 students and it offers a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice, a diploma in Criminal Justice and an Honour’s program. {read more}

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