Burnaby Public Library  - Open for Browsing!

BPL LogoAs of September 8, Burnaby Public Library branches are open for browsing. You can browse the shelves, take a look at new books, or read the newspaper. There is a limit to the number of people inside each branch at one time and browsing should be limited to no more than 30 minutes. 

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YWCA TechLink

Do you find yourself needing support with everyday IT and tech from time to time? Contact YWCA TechLink for free, friendly tech support!

YWCA TechLink is a free IT and tech support service based in Vancouver, staffed by Lower Mainland residents who have a background in technology. TechLink is offering free IT and tech support over the phone and virtually, to support you with any general tech-related queries you might have, such as how to set up devices, make video calls, access government services, and more.

All you need to do is book your call-in!

To book your call-in and learn more:

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Phone: 1-833-386-4129

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SFU COVID-19 Survey

COSCO BC is cooperating with Simon Fraser University’s Gerontology Faculty to distribute a survey to learn about how people are coping with COVID-19. The goal is to have 1,000 or more respondents.

To learn more about the survey and to participate please click here.

COSCO Highlights August 2020 Issue


Online Survey for Seniors

The Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education at the University of Lethbridge is studying older adult’s motives to limit daily sitting time. The researchers are inviting older adults’ (65 years or older) to participate in a survey.

Participation is voluntary and confidential. In appreciation for the time spent completing this survey, each participant will be entered into a draw for one of four $25 VISA gift cards. There are no anticipated risks to taking part in this survey and a person may withdraw at any time. No personal information will be asked that will reveal a person's identity.  Responses and contact information will be kept separate on a locked computer that researchers will have access to.

For more information and to take the survey please click here.