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From December 1-3, we're celebrating the UN International Day of Persons with Disabilities. Film festivals will be held in 5 locations across BC. Stay tuned for details!

Our new report shows the continued systemic use of restraint and seclusion in BC schools. Read more.

Watch our 60th Anniversary video that honours and remembers the civil rights history of people with intellectual disabilities in BC. Read more about our history here.

February is National Inclusive Education Month: Nominate Inclusive Educators

This year, along with people from across Canada, Inclusion BC is celebrating February as Inclusive Education Month. Look out for great education resources that we will be posting here and on Facebook and Twitter throughout the month.


Congratulations to the 2015 Award Winners!

Inclusion BC is proud to present inclusive education awards to recipients in five communities across the province.

(click the link to read the press releases)

Sarah Shostak, Powell River
Mike Graham, Coquitlam
Club G, North Vancouver
Sharon Reifel and Sandra Lessingham, Delta
Frank J. Mitchell Elementary, Sparwood

About the National Inclusive Education Awards

To highlight National Inclusive Education Month and to bring attention to the many positive examples of inclusive classrooms and schools across the country, the Canadian Association for Community Living (CACL) created a national certificate of recognition to be bestowed upon recipients who have made positive contributions to inclusive education in their province or territory.


The BC award recipients will be recognized at our 60th anniversary 2015 conference in Vancouver in May. 

About National Inclusive Education Month

February offers an opportunity for people across the country to highlight the benefits of inclusive education and increase awareness of its many positive outcomes. Inclusion BC invites families, self advocates and all our member associations to do whatever you can to raise the issue of inclusive education in your community. Learn more at Inclusive Education Canada: http://inclusiveeducation.ca/

We know inclusive education works! Children who learn together in school also learn to live well together as adults and are better able to create communities where "everyone belongs."