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COVID-19 Stakeholder Update July 30

As the BC Day Weekend approaches, we'd like to take this opportunity to THANK YOU for all of your support during this pandemic, and for your dedication to keeping...

Poets with Diverse Abilities Speak Their Truth

“If you think about it, if we didn’t have poetry, how would we survive in COVID? How would we survive our own lives? It’s a part of who we...

Celebrating and Supporting Caregivers

Caregivers face many challenges, especially during the current pandemic. Now more than ever, it is important to recognize, celebrate, and support caregivers caring for loved ones with disabilities or...

COVID-19 Stakeholder Update June 19

We are grateful to remain COVID-free at posAbilities and we’d like to start off by extending our very best wishes to you, as we approach the coming of summer,...

A Look at the Arts Community during COVID-19

Since the start of the pandemic, people have turned to the arts for entertainment, comfort, and connection. How has the arts community adapted to these new times?

COVID-19 Stakeholder Update June 12

In this week's update: politics delays additional federal benefit for persons with disabilities; our weekly health check; latest edition of Imagine newsletter; and some summer fun (within limits!) ideas.

Virtual Camps and More Summer Fun

Summer camps are getting creative and going virtual! Learn more about this year’s summer camp options in BC and other fun summer activities for kids.

COVID-19 Stakeholder Update June 5

In this week’s update, you’ll find info about: #DifferentTogether digital campaign, BC's new plain language webpage about COVID-19 supports for people with disabilities, updates from CLBC and our...

#Different Together: A Pledge for Diversity & Inclusion

Building an inclusive community means taking a stand against racism and hate in all its forms.

COVID-19 Stakeholder Update May 29

In this update, we share information about: hospital visitor policy, expectations around service changes, transportation, employment support and national accessibility week.

Celebrate National AccessAbility Week With Virtual Events and Activities

From May 31 to June 6, Canada celebrates the contributions of Canadians with disabilities. Get involved by participating in virtual events and activities from across the country!

COVID-19 Stakeholder Update May 22

BC’s gradual re-opening begins, great gains made for people with disabilities....read our latest update that includes some significant developments over the past week.

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