October 10th is World Mental Health Day. Lets make sure to be thankful for one another on this special occasion. Reach out to those you love to ensure a positive mental health!
Blossom festival Youth Dance
Join in the festivities for a weekend of fun!
Canadian youth grants and more!
Are you thinking about our future after grade school? You probably should be… There are many ways to apply for grants. The Government of Canada has a great website with designations specifically for youth. You can find all kinds of resources for jobs, travel, education, money management and SOOOO much more. Check it out for […]
If you are apart of the LGBTQ community and need some resources, check out ANKORS
ANKORS’ mission is to respond to the evolving needs of those living with and affected by HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C and other blood borne pathogens; and to foster healthy, informed communities. Cited from: https://ankors.bc.ca/about/ Ankors has many programs available as well as important resources. Check out their website for more information on what they are currently […]
20 fun facts you may not have known about Halloween!
For many of us, Halloween is a fun evening we all look forward too. Trick or treating, Dancing, and eating candy until we are sick! But there are many things that shaped Halloween in to the fun night it has become! ——————- Check out this awesome article for some really cool facts about the spooky […]
COVID got you feeling crazy?
Mental health is super important. Don’t worry, there are places to go and people to talk to. Did you know? Information sources from: https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/adolescent-mental-health I think it is safe to say that most people feel the struggles of mental health creep in from time to time. It was once described to me that depression & […]
A Poem Based on “The War of the Worlds” by Tiana Blackmore
A star shoots from the sky, Landing in a pigsty. The people gather round, What’s that ear inducing sound? The intricate stone rises and opens wide, Intrigued civilians don’t run and hide. BURST there are flames fire and fear, But why is the star attacking us here? It rises further up from the ground, The […]
The Protagonist’s Way Home | Short Story by Tiana Blackmore
I opened my eyes to a sky I didn’t recognise, you’d think that every sky would look the same, but it felt different somehow. My vision was fuzzy, and my hearing was muffled. As my vision cleared up, I heard voices calling out something, were they calling to me? “dren..Audren…Audren!” A woman’s voice called. They […]
CVYN Open House!
On October 5th the Creston Valley Youth Network did an open house. We had about 60 youth who were able to attend. Thank you everyone who participated in making this day happen. We were so fortunate to have many great businesses there ready with information for the youth to take home.
“582” by Skye Poetker
The machine’s eye stared at him with dull judgement as one of the men in front of him was executed. “Prisoner…578” called out the ‘guard’ in between sips of wine. He could see pale movement in The Machines dark, semi-circle eye. “Prisoner 579” They had arrested him when he spoke out on corruption and had […]