The funky offspring of the Galiano Club, the Food Program began in 2007.

The Galiano Community Food Program strives to ensure that Galiano Island is a thriving, livable, food-secure community, where every resident feels included, welcome and empowered to build a deeper connection with their food system. In so doing, the Program improves Galiano’s ecological sustainability and community resilience in the face of climate change and uncertainty. The program seeks to set an example that reaches beyond our local community and spreads across the country.

As a community recreation centre located in the heart of Oak Bay Village, Monterey Recreation Centre offers courses for members and adult non-members

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Welcome to the Burnside Gorge Community Association
A Unique & Innovative Community Centre
James Bay New Horizons is a not-for-profit society that was established in 1974, operating as an activity centre in the neighbourhood community of James Bay in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

We provide accessible programs, services and volunteer opportunities to our members and to local residents in general. It is our goal to help people maintain, improve and develop new skills, interests and social opportunities, and to enhance the quality of life of our members and visitors.
We create affordable and accessible recreation programs and services for Saanich residents and our community.

We work with community groups, local businesses and individuals on:

Access and inclusion
Community partnerships
Special events
Low income support
Healthy eating projects
Multicultural services
Older adults recreation
Summer playground programs
Parks programs
Volunteer services
Youth services

The Galiano Community Food Program strives to ensure that Galiano Island is a thriving, livable, food-secure community, where every resident feels included, welcome and empowered to build a deeper connection with their food system. In so doing, the Program improves Galiano’s ecological sustainability and community resilience in the face of climate change and uncertainty. The program seeks to set an example that reaches beyond our local community and spreads across the country.
To assist in the settlement and adjustment of immigrants and refugees in Canada, and to provide services designed to increase the newcomer's participation in Canadian society, by assisting the newcomer to overcome barriers.
Our Food Security programs provide families with access to a variety of useful at-home skills in group classes, as well as our weekly Family Dinners and additional resources including hamper and Good Food Box pick-up, food rescue, and weekly bread donations.
The Fairfield Community Association was established September 17, 1975 by volunteer residents to enhance the quality of life in Fairfield, and is still governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. The population of Fairfield currently stands at over 17,000. There are over 1200 elementary students in the neighbourhood. A middle school straddles the border between Fairfield/Rockland and Fernwood.