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MainConnect NewslettersVancouverFebruary 2021 Vancouver Newsletter


February 2021 Vancouver Newsletter

The month is named for the Latin word februum which means purification. Together with January, it was the last of the months added to the Roman calendar. The largest American sporting event of the year, the Super Bowl, is held in February.


Canada's Agriculture Day
February 11, 2021

Every year in February, Canadians come together to celebrate Canada’s Agriculture Day. The day serves as a way for Canadians to create a closer connection between consumers, food, and the people who produce it.

Valentines's Day
February 14, 2021

Since the Renaissance, we’ve been exchanging Valentine’s cards. These handmade missives of romance grew into a more commercial venture by the Victorian era. Today, school children exchange Valentine greetings, too.

Random Acts Of Kindness Day
February 17, 2021

The movement of Random Acts of Kindness inspires people every day. As a favorite celebration for many, people everywhere are enjoying doing these acts of kindness.

Pancake Day
February 25, 2021

From 7 AM to 7 PM, IHOP is offering one free short stack of their Original Buttermilk Pancakes. Donate to help children battling critical illnesses. Learn more.


Family Day is February 15th

Family Day was originally created to give people time to spend with their families but it also provides a day off between New Years Day and Good Friday as they are approximately three months apart.

Pink Shirt Day is February 24th

Canadians are asked to take a stand against bullying – and to make that stance public by including an article of pink clothing in their ensemble.

BC's COVID-19 Immunizatiion Plan

Everyone who would like a vaccine and who is eligible to receive one will have the opportunity to be vaccinated. The COVID-19 vaccine is free for everyone living in B.C. who is eligible to receive it. illness. This is happening from now until the end of March as vaccines are being delivered regularly throughout the province of B.C.

COVID-19 Restrictions Extended Indefinitely

British Columbians will have to continue living with COVID-19 restrictions limiting parties, large weddings, and other social gatherings. Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry announced Friday that she is keeping current public health orders in place indefinitely.