Report Shows That Youth Need Us More Than Ever

Over 1000 Canadian youth (15-30) were surveyed by Abacus Data and the findings give us insight into how youth are experiencing this pandemic. The report tell us that: Younger youth feel angry and disappointed while older youth are feeling helpless and despaired Many youth report feeling less joy or optimism than pre-pandemic Many report that [...]
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Are you a youth mentor or mentee interested in politics?

You Are Invited to a Virtual Youth in Office Event Our annual Youth in Office event is going virtual. Our National Youth Mentoring Advisory Committee is organizing conversations with Members of Parliament and Senators to discuss issues impacting youth. "Big Banter - A Canadian Youth-led Conversation" is an event where youth are invited to join [...]
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How Are You Doing?

BBBSC is looking for short (under 90 seconds) video testimonials from Bigs across the country! Film yourself on your smart-device answering this question: How did maintaining your volunteer commitment to your Mentee contribute to your well-being during this global pandemic? Feel free to speak about how your BBBS agency supported you and your Mentee Feel […]

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Big Brothers Big Sisters Canada and Indspire Announce Exciting New Partnership

Indspire and Big Brothers Big Sisters Canada (BBBSC), are pleased to announce the establishment of a very special partnership rooted in the power of mentorship. Indspire’s Rivers to Success (R2S) mentorship program is teaming up with BBBSC to bring innovative new mentoring supports to young people and their mentors across the country through a virtual [...]
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A Completely New School Year

This blog post was written by members of our National Youth Mentoring Advocacy Council (NYMAC). Find out more about NYMAC here. In years past, beginning a new school year meant reuniting with friends and teachers, as well as discovering new talents, desires, and skills. This year will be different in a lot of ways – […]

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