What’s Happening

What`s happening with New View and the Community

Virtual Trivia – November 26th

Tune-in to virtual trivia with Justin, happening every Thursday at 1 PM! Use the link provided on the poster to access the live feed: https://tinyurl.com/nvtrivia26 Come test your knowledge among your... read more

The New View Podcast

New View has started a podcast series which aims to discuss a lot of popular and important topics surrounding the mental health discipline. Our first episode is on Employment and... read more


The New View Society is supported by:  Government of Canada’s Emergency Community Support Fund & Coquitlam Foundation, Port Coquitlam Community Foundation, and Port Moody Foundation. Their generosity is allowing us to improve our virtual program offerings, improve and expand our outdoor space for in-person programming, and purchase resources to offer programming in outdoor community spaces during this COVID-19 challenge. ... read more

Annual Report 2020

Another year has passed so quickly! To check out what we were up to take a look at our Annual Report for 2020.      Annual Report... read more

Bell Lets Talk Day Around the Corner

In recognition of Bell Lets Talk Day New View would like to share a writing piece and artwork from one of our very talented members. We hope you enjoy and don’t forget to ignite the conversation on Wednesday, Jan 29th, 2020 and join us in bringing awareness to our communities. To further support this initiative by Bell check out https://letstalk.bell.ca/en/ New View will be live on location Wednesday, Jan 29th, 2020 from 830am – 3pm in our communities to be part of the change and ignite the conversation Locations: Waves at Shaughnessy in Port Coquitlam & Waves at Westwood in Coquitlam Let’s Talk January 29th is Bell Let’s Talk day. It’s a day dedicated to mental health awareness and mental health initiatives in Canada. And it’s an important day, whether you live with mental illness or not. Mental health challenges are one of the biggest issues facing young adults and youth today. And the number of people being affected is only continuing to rise. Stigma is perhaps the biggest barrier to a societal acceptance of mental illness and addiction. Stigma is also one of the biggest barriers to seeking help. Not so long ago, stigma was prevalent in society. People generally held attitudes of distrust and contempt towards individuals living with mental illness. Nowadays, these attitudes have shifted. However, stigma remains. Open forum discussion is one of the most effective ways to raise awareness of mental health concerns. Yet, even today, society is reluctant to speak openly on this topic. It’s still taboo. It remains an issue that is swept under the rug, and is spoken about behind closed doors.... read more