• Globe & Mail Report on Small Business covers the FFA Campaign, and the Kearney Family Business
  • The FFA and the Professionals in Care Alliance arranged their first faith luncheon to begin to build a faith based taskforce to finally complete the reforms required to create a healthy funeral service regulatory environment.
  • October will see saw their first PR Campaign launch for the further five reforms, beginning with their call for new cemetery space being made available in the Lower Mainland, beginning with the Pickton Farm, which already has 69 women buried there. On BC Bereavement Day (November 14th) PICA arranged a memorial service as the gate of the farm, asking the Provincial Government to consider donating the land to PICA to become a new not-for-profit cemetery, with part of the proceeds going to care and support for families of the victims, and further funding allocated to fund university research into confronting and more adequately challenging violence against women.

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