Monthly Archives: January 2016

Help Sheet Updates

We’ve updated the following Help Sheets to reflect changes made by the Ministry of Social Development and Social Innovation to asset levels, exemptions, trusts and education/training allowances for people receiving the PWD benefit. These changes came into force on December … Continue reading

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Focus On Ability – Short Film Festival

This looks like a great opportunity:

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Grandview Woodland Nutritional Counselling Service

Nutritional counselling services by a certified holistic nutritionist will be available for under-served residents and open to all community members on a sliding scale basis – $0 – $50. This service is aimed at helping you navigate the food choices … Continue reading

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Participants needed—doctors & nurses with a disability

The UBC Inclusive Campus team is currently recruiting participants for a CIHR (Canadian Institutes of Health Research) funded project that examines barriers and facilitators for students and clinicians with disabilities in healthcare professional programs and practice settings. In particular, we are … Continue reading

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DABC Supports the Right to Food Philosophy at Gordon Neighbourhood House

Gordon Neighbourhood House (GNH) in the West End of Vancouver uses food to nourish the community in a variety of ways, including the facilitation of intercultural exchange and dialogue, community capacity-building, and community development. GNH’s food philosophy is why DABC … Continue reading

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Facing the Future Together: A Succession Planning Workshop

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