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20/20 Vision

103-2609 Westview Dr
North Vancouver, BC V7N 4N2
Phone: 983-2525
Fax: 983-2525
We are a non-profit society committed to enabling concerned individuals to join others in influencing policy makers in a spirit of good will, to protect our environment and enhance peace.

Action Committee to Defend Women's Rights in Iran

c/o PO Box 19640
Vancouver, BC V5T 4E7
Phone: 685-7574
Fax: call first!
Publication: "Women in Iran"

Adbusters Media Foundation

1243 West 7th Avenue
Vancouver, BC V6H 1B7
Phone: 736-9401
Fax: 737-6021
Publication: Adbusters Magazine

AIDS Vancouver

Phone: 681-2122

Amnesty International

Suite #4 - 3664 E. Hastings
Vancouver, BC V5R 2A9
Phone: 294-5160
Fax: 294-5130

Animal Rights Canada


Anti-Poverty Action Committee

ph: 251-5870

Anti-Racist Action Vancovuer/Surrey

#121-20465 Douglas Crescent
Langley, B.C V3A 4B6
Phone: 682-3260 box 9677

Apocalypse Designs

PO Box 8054
Victoria, BC V8W 3R7

Asian Society for the Intervention of AIDS (ASIA)

507-1033 Davie Street
Vancouver, BC V6E 1M7
Phone: 669-5567
Fax: 669-7756

Battered Women's Support Services

PO Box 1098 Postal Stn. A, Vancouver, BC V6C 7T1 Ph: 687-1868
Crisis Line: 687-1867 Fax: 687-1864

BC Central America Student Alliance

1624 Salsbury Dr., Van., BC V5L 4B8
Ph 871-9078 Fax (call first!) 871-9078

BC Committee for Human Rights in the Philippines

211-5450 Empire Dr.,
Burnaby, BC V5B 1N4
Ph 215-1905 Fax (call first!): 215-1103 Publication: Forge On
Founded in 1982 in solidarity with the Filipino people and their struggle for genuine democracy, social justice and human rights in the Philippines. BCCHRP believes that the struggle of the Filipino people for national liberation and social emancipation provides the framework for human rights advocacy. Human right advocacy is integral to the struggles of peasants for land; the workers for rational industrialization and decent living and working conditions; the women against exploitation and discrimination; the poor for basic social services; and the youth for access to education and other venues for growth and development. Through public information and action campaigns, BCCHRP seeks to: support the struggle for human rights and the national democratic aspirations of the Filipino masses; disseminate information and generate public awareness about the political, economic and social situation in the Philippines and its parallel implications in BC and Canada. This includes sponsoring speaking tours in Canada of representatives of Filipino people's organizations and helping to facilitate exposure tours to the Philippines for British Columbians. The Committee provides solidarity and support for the vital people's movement in the Philippines. Join us in Solidarity and support the struggle of the Filipino people!

BC Compassion Club

PO Box 21550, 1850 Commercial Dr., Vancouver, B.C. V5N 5T5
Phone: 875-0448 Fax: 875-6083
Website: www.the
Publication: The Rolling Paper

BC Eco-Events

2206 St George St. Vancouver, BC
V5T 3R2 Phone: 729-1284
Fax: 324-4014

BC Latin American Congress

4184 Brant St.
Vancouver, BC V5N 5B4
Phone: 879-3246
Fax: 872-6776

BC Young New Democrats (BCYND)

3110 Boundary Road
Burnaby, BC. V5M 4A2
Phone: 430-8600
The youth branch of the New Democratic Party, the YND are a group of activist youth from all over BC. We are a mix of feminists, social democrats, lgbtq activists, trade unionists, environmentalists, anti-imperial/anti-racist activists,and members of the student movement. This past year we have worked on many campaigns, including awareness around genetically modified foods, the WTO, reproductive choice, housing, harm reduction and access of post-secondary education. Our mandate is to ensure a youth/activist voice in the NDP and the larger social justice movement. This coming year we will be working to make sure youth voices are heard in the provincial and federal elections.

BCIT Student Assoc. - Environmental Action Centre

3700 Willingdon Ave.
Burnaby BC V5G 3H2
Phone: 451-7060
Fax: 434-3809

Better Environmentally Sound Transportation

822-510 West Hastings St, Vancouver, BC V6B 1L8 Phone: 669-2860
Fax: 669-2869
BEST strives to make our communities healthier places to live by promoting sustainable transportation, land-use planning and pedestrian, cycling, and transit-oriented neighborhoods. Since 1996, BEST has run the annual Bike Week and Commuter Challenge events. This year we expanded Bike Week to Bike Month. We also run Go Green Choices, a regional trip reduction service for workplaces. Our "offramp" program for secondary schools involves training students in developing and setting up a trip reduction programs. The street reclaiming project includes workshops and materials to assist Vancouver area neighborhoods to 'take back' their streets through celebration, creativity and community based traffic-calming measures. Our outreach activities include giving talks and presentations; providing workshops; and hosting a list-serve on sustainable transportation topics.

Bicycle People

2085 W. 6 Ave., Vancouver, BC V6J 1R8

Bioengineering Action Network


Black Kat Cafe

1923 Fernwood St, Victoria, BC
Phone:(250) 384-4672
Monthly open stage every second Sunday

Books 2 Prisoners

PO Box 78005, 2606 Commercial Drive
Vancouver, BC V5N 5W1 Fax: 872-0509

Boundary Women's Resource Centre

PO Box 903, Grand Forks, BC
V0H 1H0 Phone: (250) 442-5212
Fax: (250) 442-5310
Publication: “The Mirror”

Building Bridges Human Rights Project in Chiapas

2021 Kitchener St, Van., BC V5L 2W6
Phone: 253-3690 Fax: 439-0976

Burmese Democratic Organization

2-7240 Moffit Rd, Richmond, BC
V6Y 3N7 Phone: 270-2132
Fax: (call first) 270-2132

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