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VHS provides compassionate end-of-life care for those facing death and bereavement.

For referral inquiries contact the Vancouver Coastal Health Palliative Access Line (PAL) at 604-263-7255.

To book a hospice tour contact Clinical Coordinator Pat Richardson, RN, BScN, CHPCN(c) at 604-737-7305, ext. 223.

Vancouver Hospice to Fight Proposed Townhouse Development

Sign the online petition:
https://www.change.org/p/gregor-stop-townhouse-development-next-door-to-hospice

Watch the news clip:
https://globalnews.ca/video/4145498/vancouver-hospice-development-fight

Read the articles:

Read the press release:
South Granville Hospice Fights Proposed Townhouse Development

Submit your comments to the city:
http://rezoning.vancouver.ca/applications/4575granville/feedback.htm


We now have over 5,000 signatures on our petition, opposing the 21-unit townhouse development next door.. Thank you all for your support. Please continue to sign and share the petition link below.

www.change.org/p/gregor-stop-townhouse-development-next-door-to-hospice
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We now have over 5,000 signatures on our petition, opposing the 21-unit townhouse development next door.. Thank you all for your support. Please continue to sign and share the petition link below.

https://www.change.org/p/gregor-stop-townhouse-development-next-door-to-hospice

 

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The people using this facility, will not be seen. They only need a quiet room, to take necessary medicine, to die with dignity without causing undo pain for their relatives.

That's the problem, if nimbys win, nothing gets done, absolutely pathetic

Get a grip people townhouses will have zero impact on the Hospice.

Greater Vancouver if filled with nimby's and homeless people. Exactly where would the right place be?

Kind of like when UBC proposed a hospice and the people in the expensive high rise complained. They didn't want people dying next door. UBC built it, this situation is the reverse and we need the housing.

So where is this hospice's compassion? The residents in the town house complex would hardly interfere with the temporarily housed people in the hospice

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