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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.

Celebrating Inclusive Employment with PES’s Employer of the Month

Join us in celebrating businesses' commitment to a diverse and inclusive workforce with our Employer of the Month!

What Does Inclusion Mean to You? World Down Syndrome Day 2022

Hear from people with Down syndrome, and their friends and families, share their stories for World Down Syndrome Day.

COVID-19 Stakeholder Update for All Individuals and Families

On March 10, Dr. Bonnie Henry made a major announcement on a variety of public health restrictions that could finally be lifted, just in time for Spring Break.

Learn How to Move & Groove with Curiko’s Hip-Hop Video Series

Curiko is unveiling a new Hip Hop video series! Watch the videos, join a group event online, and stay tuned for an in-person dance event.

Fun for the Family – Spring Break 2022 Activities

The first day of spring is right around the corner! With the weather getting warmer, and community attractions hosting some special spring break programming, take the chance to get...

COVID-19 Stakeholder Update for All Individuals and Families

As you may have heard in the news, several COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted in BC, and we are carefully easing restrictions as well.

Fighting Ableism with Joanna Nefs of AIDE Canada

Joanna Nefs, CEO of AIDE Canada chats with Krystian Shaw of the Kamloops Self-Advocate Newsletter about AIDE Canada, ableism, and inclusion.

Watch, Listen, and Learn During Inclusive Education Month

February is National Inclusive Education Month. Many students with disabilities still face barriers and challenges in school. During this month, educators, students, and parents share ideas on strategies to...

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