CVS Blog

Vancouver Sun – Attitudes are Changing

The Vancouver Sun did an article about the changing attitudes in our society towards people with disabilities being included in the workplace. The article outlines the thoughts of Mark Wafer who owns a number of Tim Horton's stores. Mark is adamant that hiring people with disabilities is good for the bottom line of a business.…
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Rotary Club is Hosting a Pub Night In Support of Youth

CVS is a member of the Rotary Club of Port Coquitlam Centenial who is hosting a Pub Night on January 30 at 6pm at the Burke Beer House at 2099 Lougheed Hwy in Port  Coquitlam in support of the Poco Youth Society’s Swim-A-Thon. Tickets $15 each for a beer and a burger. Silent Auction. Come…
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Hardwired for Belonging

Human beings are hardwired for belonging. For people with disabilities who are sometimes lonely and isolated the lack of belonging has an impact on their health and wellbeing.  Check out David Pitonyak's video on how we have social brains that are indeed hardwired for belonging.

 

CVS Name Contest

Every now and then, and as time marches on, it makes sense idea to consider a review of the name and branding of an organization... and so the Board of Directors of the Community Ventures Society is considering the possibility of a new name. We are inviting you to submit possible new names for CVS…
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