Guy is a volunteer guide at Vancouver’s Nitobe Memorial Garden, widely considered to be among the finest Japanese gardens outside of Japan. It commemorates Dr. Inazo Nitobe, arguably the world’s most famous Asian when he died in 1933. Though few of us will merit a memorial garden, we […]
Dale shares his experiences and the rewards of museum volunteering.
While cancer changes people, it doesn’t have to define them. The Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) is committed to making a difference in the lives of the nearly 1 in 2 Canadians expected to be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime. For the person who just heard the words, “you […]
In August 2017, the Washington Post shared the touching story of Ayan Abdi, one of the relatively few lucky students to be accepted that year to the Student Refugee Program (SRP) by the World University Service of Canada (WUSC). One year earlier, Ayan had been one of 5,000 hopefuls to take its […]
Would you like to get to know someone new who is from another culture and country? Are you proud of where you used to work? If your answer is yes to both questions then please consider volunteering as a RRC ambassador to be a welcoming face when our new international […]