Monthly Archives: February 2013

Pearson Residents Redevelopment Group’s new report is now available

BCCPD congratulates the Pearson Residents Redevelopment Group on this great report. We believe the visitability/accessibility unifying concept for this important redevelopment can be a winning strategy for all of the stakeholders.

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Hazmat Decontamination Exercise to Help People with Disabilities: Call for Participants

The BCCPD is participating on the Decontamination Exercise Committee for the SIMTEC project, which is a four year research project administrated by the Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) that aims to develop training and resources to assist first responders … Continue reading

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Free Tax Clinics- Register Now

A trained tax prep volunteer from ACORN Canada can help complete your taxes for free. If you are receiving PWD, help ensure your taxes are filed on time and correctly. Please note: ACORN is not a professional accounting service. What: … Continue reading

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Change to Rules on Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) Withdrawals Effective January 30, 2013

BCCPD Community Update February 2013 Dear Community Partner, The Ministry of Social Development (MSD) has made changes to the rules governing withdrawals from the Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP). As a result, RDSP holders have more choices about what they … Continue reading

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Join Us At Our 35th Anniversary!

April 4, 2013 5:30-9 pm Holiday Inn, 711 West Broadway, Vancouver For full details and to purchase tickets, please click the button below: “Click here for information and tickets”! BCCPD is throwing a community celebration and fundraiser on April 4th, … Continue reading

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New Democrats will extend to all Woodlands survivors opportunity for compensation

BCCPD attended a press conference today at which the following was announced: New Westminster – If elected to government this May, New Democrats will extend to all Woodlands School survivors the opportunity to apply for redress within the first seven … Continue reading

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