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VICTORIA - Celebrations are always better with dancing, so to help kick off B.C. Child and Youth in Care Week, hundreds of British Columbians are expected to participate in several flash mobs throughout the province to show support for B.C.'s children and youth in government care.
May 20-26 is B.C. Child and Youth in Care Week to acknowledge and celebrate children and youth in care and to help combat negative stereotypes and social stigmas.
It was a youth-driven idea to create the week, which was first proclaimed in 2011, making B.C. the only province in Canada to celebrate such a week. The theme, "Notice. Listen. Respect. Stand with B.C. children and youth in care," was written by youth in care.
On Tuesday, May 22 at 4 p.m., a flash mob just might break out near you. While flash mobs commonly rely on the element of surprise to grab attention, these are ones children ...