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Meet the Studios of the 2022 INCLUSION Art Show

Meet our 2022 participating studios and learn how they provide opportunities for people with disabilities to express themselves creatively.

Ways to Recognize National Day for Truth and Reconciliation 2022

Celebrate the cultural expressions of Indigenous people and communities with events and learning opportunities for Orange Shirt Day.

Time to Tap BC’s Largest Underutilized Talent Pool

September is Disability Employment Month in BC. Meet two job seekers who found meaningful work through posAbilities Employment Service (PES).

posAbilities Introduces New Social Media Fellowship

Our social media fellows will be learning about different social media platforms and discovering how to create content so that one day, they can become social media influencers!

COVID-19 Stakeholder Update for All Individuals and Families

We hope this update finds you well and enjoying the wonderful summer weather we are having. Before you kick up your feet, check out this COVID-19 update.

Watch, Listen, & Learn During Indigenous History Month 2022

Learning our history isn’t just about reflecting on the past—it gives us new ways of seeing our present. June is National Indigenous History Month in Canada. It’s an opportunity...

Celebrating Pride 2022

During Pride, we're celebrating the diverse range of experiences that people with disabilities bring to the LGBTQ+ community and vice versa.

Meet The New Intern: Maverick

Hello everyone! My name is Maverick Todd (he/him), and I’ll be completing my second co-op term at posAbilities as a special projects worker in the community engagement department! I’m...

Run, Walk, or Roll Along These Accessible Trails in BC

It’s that time of year again! As we head into the summer months, the sunny weather offers a great opportunity to explore and enjoy the great outdoors. Not only...

Accessible 2022 Summer Camps in BC

The summer months are approaching quickly, and we’re excited to see in-person camps return this year, alongside their virtual counterparts. Whether you’re looking for traditional outdoor activities, fun day...

The Effect of Art: A.WARE Foundation

Since its creation, the student-run A.WARE Foundation has had one primary goal: to empower people with different abilities through art.

Learning About Sexual Health and Inclusion with Disability Advocate Harmony Bongat

Why are open and inclusive discussions about sex and relationships so important for people with disabilities? Hear from disability advocate and educator Harmony Bongat.

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