The BC Generations Project website has been named as one of the top 50 Canadian-designed websites across the country.
Residents throughout Metro Vancouver have enthusiastically supported the BC Generations Project in its initial months of operation. More than 3,000 participants have now visited our Vancouver assessment clinic, and many more have booked appointments.
Despite the soggy weather, our first visit to Abbotsford on November 23-26 has been a great success.
Fraser Valley residents can join the BC Generations Project when we visit Abbotsford on November 23-26, 2009.
Thanks for your support, BC! We booked 375 new appointments over three days after our media blitz last Wednesday – we’re still working through the 1,200 emails we received, and the phones continue to ring off the hook. 40,000 here we come!
If you’ve left a message or sent us an email already, we appreciate your patience. We will get back to you as soon as we can to book your appointment at the BC Generations Project assessment clinic.
News Release – October 14, 2009
Vancouver – Researchers at the BC Cancer Agency announced today an ambitious goal to recruit 40,000 British Columbians to participate in the largest health research project ever conducted in this province. All BC residents aged 40 to 69 are eligible to join.
We’re depending on our supporters to help spread the word about the BC Generations Project and encourage others to join. Here are some ways you can help: Tell your friends Talk to your friends and family about your participation in the BC Generations Project, and your personal reasons for joining. Share this website We’ve made […]
Welcome to the new website for the BC Generations Project. We hope this site answers all your questions, and inspires you and your friends to participate in this exciting research project. Stay tuned for our official public launch in October, and the unveiling of our fan site on Facebook!
Stay tuned for news releases. News organizations requiring B-roll footage of the BC Generations Project can contact Alison Osborne at 604-288-0906. Media inquiries: Alison Osborne BC Generations Project Communications 604-288-0906