Upcoming Events

There are no upcoming events scheduled at this time, please check again soon.

Past Events

Sunday
June
12
2016
6:00AM - 11:59AM

Pain BC has created a brand new event to raise money and awareness for chronic pain.

Sunday
May
1
2016
8:30AM - 2:30PM

Start Line: Midlothian Avenue in Queen Elizabeth Park, 4600 Cambie Street, Vancouver
Finish Line: West Pender St. (between Bute St. & Thurlow St.)

Pain BC is proud to be a community charity partner in the 2016 BMO Marathon RUN4HOPE Charity Program!

About RUN4HOPE Charity Program

Wednesday
September
30
2015
7:00PM - 9:00PM

Firefly Fine Wines & Ales 
2857 Cambie Street 
Vancouver, BC V5Z 3Y8

Join us as we raise a glass in support of Pain BC and our efforts to improve the lives of people living with chronic pain. 

Sunday
June
28
2015
7:30AM - 12:00PM

Run Day Schedule

7:30am- Half-Marathon Start at UBC Thunderbird Arena
9:30am- 5k Fun Run/Walk Start at Stanley Park Fish House
9:30–11:30am Shuttle buses from Finish back to UBC (free, but not guaranteed)
10:30am- Half-Marathon Course closes
10:30am- Awards Ceremony on stage at Finish Area, Stanley Park Fish House
10:30am- 5k Course closes

Subject to change before Event Day

Friday
May
1
2015
3:00PM - 4:30PM

Richards Buell Sutton LLP (Richards Boardroom)
Suite 700 - 401 West Georgia Street, Vancouver

Please join us on

Tuesday
January
29
2013
9:00AM - 5:00PM

Renegade Studio Productions
127 East 2nd Ave, Vancouver, BC.

Chronic pain is often accompanied by mental health issues including depression and anxiety. Are you a caregiver in mental health or a consumer of mental health services?

Wednesday
April
5
2017
11:00AM

We all have a medicine cabinet inside us. This medicine cabinet is filled with resources that provide ways beyond opioids and cannibis and other medications for treating illness and pain.

Tuesday
February
7
2017
11:00AM

Pain often causes people to stop doing the most meaningful or enjoyable (fun) activities in their lives. The result is a steady withdrawal from family and friends.

Tuesday
January
24
2017
11:00AM
Tuesday
November
22
2016
11:00AM

Dr. Davis will discuss the ways brain imaging and behavioural measurements are used to chart "pain maps" and show differences between the way brains respond to pain.