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: Trudi Beutel, Communications Manager, Providence Living,

 After hours (evenings, weekends & holidays)
Call: 604.813.1326

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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News & Media Releases

Construction of seniors’ village takes another step forward

December 14th, 2021|

Comox care village project on schedule to open in 2024 December 14, 2021 – The next step toward building BC’s first publicly funded long-term care home based on the concepts of a dementia village took an important step forward in December with demolition of the former St. Joseph’s emergency department. [...]

A day of celebration at The Views

October 13th, 2021|

Cultural blessing recognizes new beginnings in Comox for seniors and elders October 13, 2021 - September 30 was a special day for The Views at St. Joseph’s. Not only did we acknowledge our first National Day of Truth and Reconciliation, but members of the K’omoks First Nation also hosted a cultural [...]

Views fundraiser supports Orange Shirt Society

September 30th, 2020|

Dollars raised will support Indigenous education initiatives September 30, 2020 — Through their first-ever t-shirt sale fundraiser, staff at The Views at St. Joseph’s, operated by Providence Living, have come together to raise $675 for the Orange Shirt Society. This non-profit organization aims to educate Canadians on the history and impact of the residential school system and [...]

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