Below is a list of the BC Lions’ school programs that take place throughout the off-season.

Be More Than aĀ Bystander

In partnership with theĀ Ending Violence Association of BC, the Be More Than a Bystander program aims to raise awareness regarding the impact of men’s violence against women. Partners include theĀ Ministry of Public Safety & Solicitor General,Ā and Teck Resources, while also supported by theĀ BC Federation of Labour.For more information on the Be More Than a Bystander program, clickĀ here.

Lions Pride

In partnership with the CommunityĀ Crime Prevention Division of the Ministry of Public Safety and the Ministry of Mental Health & Addictions. Lions Pride is an outreach program highlighting the importance of making positive choices and choosing alternate activities to gang involvement.

For more information on the Lions Pride program, click here.


FortisBC Energy Champions

The FortisBC Energy Champions program is designed specifically for children in kindergarten through grade seven, emphasizing the importance of environmental responsibility and being an ‘Energy Champion’.Ā From January through March, the FortisBC Energy Champions program visited 55Ā elementary schools located throughout the Lower Mainland, Fraser Valley, Vancouver Island and Kamloops.

For more information on the FortisBC Energy Champions program, clickĀ here.

Skills 4 Life School Visits

The Skills For Life School program features interactive school presentations created to empower youth in grades 6-9 to be the best they can be through the power of choice and exploring opportunities for continuing education particularly in the trades.


We have a game plan to #EndBullying. ā€“ Hamilton Tiger-Cats

TELUS Wise #EndBullying All-Stars

TELUS Wise TELUS Wise footprint teaches students from grades 2 to 6 about online safety. Kids learn how to use technology responsibly, keep their digital footprint clean and deal with cyberbullying

Fore more information on the TELUS Wise #EndBullying All-Stars program, click here.