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In the Media | 09.26.19

Vancouver Campus On the Table Event Featured in Vancouver Sun

Adler University’s Vancouver Campus cohosted an On the Table BC event on September 26 in collaboration with the Vancouver Foundation.

On the Table invites hosts facilitate community conversations about a wide range of topics from social inclusion to nutrition. The conversation, “Croissants, Coffee, and Community,” at the Vancouver Campus was led by former Vancouver mayor Mike Harcourt, and focused on the importance of fostering community.

Meghan Robinson, Manager of Community Action and Engagement at Adler University, previewed the event beforehand in the Vancouver Sun.

“If your community is strong, your mental health will be strong,” Robinson said.

Read more in the Vancouver Sun article “To combat loneliness and isolation, charity is urging British Columbians to meet On the Table.”

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