In the News from Inclusion BC
Diverse abilities celebrated in B.C.\’s first ever disability pride march
\’I’m really proud of my CP swagger and my CP swagger makes me who I am,\’ says woman with cerebral palsy
CBC By Ash Kelly, Posted: Jun 15, 2017 7:01 PM PT
WATCH: Disability Pride March on CBC\’s the National [27:10]
LISTEN: Disability Pride March on CBC radio (Early Edition) [01:19:50]
LISTEN: Disability Pride on BC Almanac
Faith Bodnar, executive director of Inclusion B.C., Alexander Magnussen, an inclusion consultant, and Lauren Stinson, a youth leadership mentee at North Shore Disability Resource Centre, on disability pride. Master Gardener Brian Minter answers questions.
LISTEN: Richmond célèbre les personnes handicapées
Un événement bien spécial avait lieu jeudi à Richmond. Pour la première fois en Colombie-Britannique, une marche a été organisée pour célébrer les personnes handicapées et célébrer les personnes de toutes capacités.
Inclusivity always on the minds of these Richmond teachers
Graeme Wood / Richmond News
JUNE 7, 2017 02:13 PM
COCO Cafe celebrates 6 years of \’indescribable\’ impact in the community
June 16, 2017 Nanaimo News Now NANAIMO — One of the Nanaimo area\’s most beloved establishments is celebrating six years of changing people\’s lives, while eyeing a major expansion at the same time.
Catherine Frazee: Look into the dark corners of history
CATHERINE FRAZEE / Times Colonist JUNE 15, 2017 12:07 AM
History has a role in the national conversation about medically assisted death, despite protests to the contrary.
‘Why is there not someone with her?’:
Parents say special needs students are under-supported in Abbotsford schools
Abbotsford school district needs to do more to include designated children in classrooms, some say
Abbotsford News KELVIN GAWLEY Fri Jun 16th, 2017 10:49am
Basic income best way to help families reliably put food on the table: report
June 15, 2017 By Erica Alini National Online Journalist, Money/Consumer Global News