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Category Archives: CanCERN
A member of TC3 residents group has come up with this little ditty. It’s a bit long for this page so read more on the next.
Location: Wainoni Methodist ChurchTime: 6-8pm March 19Link out: Click hereDescription: Workshops, conversations and Q and A on the topic of wellbeing for the citizens of Christchurch as we head into the third year after the earthquakes. Check out the programme … Continue reading
Time: 12:00pm-1pm on February 5. Location: Aoraki Room at Community and Public Health (310 Manchester Street) Description: What a waste all the residential red zone demolition is. Communities and organisations could be making use of all those materials being trucked … Continue reading
Prominent Christchurch residents group CanCERN is so frustrated with the performance of the Earthquake Commission it has asked the board of the EQC to remove the current Chief Executive.
The inaugural Spring River Festival being organised for the weekend of October 20 and 21 celebrates the eastern end of the Avon River with bus trips, walks, picnics and talks. The Spring River Festival also includes science events, such as … Continue reading
EQC won’t be remediating land, Bruce Emson from EQC revealed at the CCC Earthquake Forum on August 16. After much pushing from TC3 Resident Group member, Maria Thackwell, Bruce Emson finally stated (although with vague words) that EQC is responsible … Continue reading
Advocacy groups set up by communities affected by the earthquakes to deal with EQC, CERA and insurance companies are making a difference.
Find out what happened at the CanCERN 2012 AGM in July by reading the minutes. Canterbury Communities’ Earthquake Recovery Network, or CanCERN, is a network of representatives mandated by community organisations to advocate for full engagement in the earthquake recovery.
CanCERN has set up a Facebook page for those owning TC3 properties to share knowledge and experiences. Check out information on the Facebook page and vent. https://www.facebook.com/TC3ChristchurchBlueZone
If you are living in a cold property (house, garage, car,tent, caravan etc) and this is impacting on your health, Red Cross is giving out 4000 winter warmer packs to ease some of the pain. The pack contains beanie, gloves, … Continue reading
– The following are the official responses CanCERN had with regard to TAA eligibility. Eligibility if you have moved to temporary accommodation outside Canterbury?