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

 

Missed the Festival? View a selection of the films on the NFB Playlist!

A year long celebration including marches, parties, workshops, grants and film making. Join the conversation at disabilitypride.ca

What's New in All

Employment, Press Room
May 14, 2015
News Release: An exciting new campaign aimed at increasing the employment rate of people with autism and developmental disabilities is coming to Kelowna. Ready, Willing & Able is hosting a breakfast for Kelowna employers interested in diversifying their workplace. ...
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May 5, 2015
Inclusion BC is proud to present inclusive education awards to recipients in five communities across the province. ...
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May 5, 2015
Sarah Shostak, a grade 3/4 teacher with School District 47, will be receiving a National Inclusive Education Award from the Canadian Association for Community Living and Inclusion BC....
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May 5, 2015
Mike Graham, instructor of the School-Age Child Care certificate program at Douglas College (David Lam Campus) will be receiving a National Inclusive Education Award from the Canadian Association for Community Living and Inclusion BC....
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May 5, 2015
A project in the North Vancouver School district will be receiving a National Inclusive Education Award from the Canadian Association for Community Living and Inclusion BC. ...
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May 5, 2015
Grade seven teacher Sharon Reifel and teaching assistant Sandra Lessingham will be receiving a National Inclusive Education Award from the Canadian Association for Community Living and Inclusion BC....
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Employment
May 1, 2015
Transform your business before you've finished breakfast. ...
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April 30, 2015
Inclusion BC responds to the BC Court of Appeal ruling on class size and composition....
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April 17, 2015
Inclusion BC is pleased that a coroner's inquest into the 2014 murder-suicide of Prince Rupert residents Angie Robinson and her son Robert, who had autism, has been announced....
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