Providence Living Communication helps media representatives track down information, navigate Providence Living facilities, programs, and operations, as well as coordinate interviews with Providence Living subject matter experts.

During business hours (Mon-Fri, 8:30 – 4:30)
Email: Shavahn Dhaliwal, Communications Specialist, Providence Living,

 After hours (evenings, weekends & holidays)
Call: 778.384.2208

To ensure media inquiries are facilitated as efficiently and effectively as possible, please keep the following guidelines in mind when submitting a request:

  • All media inquiries – including requests for information, statements, interviews, and filming – are directed to and coordinated by Providence Living Communications.
  • Media representatives visiting a Providence Living facility are asked to notify Providence Living Communications upon their arrival and be escorted by a Providence Living Communications team member (or designate) when on-site.
  • Providence Living Communications must receive appropriate written consent from relevant patients, clients, and employees prior to facilitating interview or filming requests.
  • Filming requests (commercial and non-commercial) must be accompanied by a written synopsis of the project. If consent to film is provided, a written agreement between Providence Living and the production company may be required.

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Empower Lives & Create Change | Join Providence Living as an HCA today

August 10th, 2023|

At Providence Living, we recognize your compassion, empathy, and dedication. Join our team of health care heroes in making a meaningful impact on our seniors' lives. Are you interested in starting a career in health care, getting paid to go to school, and knowing you'll have a job [...]

Partnerships are changing the face of long-term care in Vancouver

March 31st, 2023|

Providence Health Care, the Archdiocese of Vancouver and Providence Living are working together to transform seniors’ care A new senior’s care village slated for south-central Vancouver will change the way care is provided and showcase the power of partnerships when it opens its doors in 2028. St. Vincent’s Heather long-term [...]

Providence Living grows and expands into housing services

January 31st, 2023|

December asset transfer results in two new care villages on Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside Providence Living, a non-profit society focused on meeting the needs of vulnerable people, is bringing its unique brand of caring to Vancouver in full cooperation with the City Centre Care Society (CCCS). Operations and assets were [...]

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