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Funding to increase jobs in the Thompson Cariboo

October 29th, 2013

As part of Community Living BC’s employment strategy, a $100,000 investment will support a pilot project designed to strengthen employment services so more adults with developmental disabilities in the Thompson-Cariboo region can find and keep work. While touring the area, Social Development and Social Innovation Minister Don McRae met with local businesses and organizations that

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Funding to increase jobs from Burnaby to Maple Ridge

October 17th, 2013

As part of Community Living BC’s employment strategy, a $100,000 investment will support a pilot project designed to strengthen employment services so more adults with developmental disabilities from Burnaby to Maple Ridge can find and keep work. While touring the region today, Social Development and Social Innovation Minister Don McRae gave the opening remarks at

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Scholarship Fund Details Announced for Adults with Developmental Disabilities

October 12th, 2013

VANCOUVER — Community Living BC (CLBC) and the BC Government and Service Employees’ Union (BCGEU) today announced details of a $100,000 scholarship fund to benefit adults with developmental disabilities being served by CLBC across the province. The fund was established as part of CLBC and BCGEU’s collective agreement which was ratified last year. CLBC Interim

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CLBC Supports Community Crime Reduction Partnership

October 3rd, 2013

CBLC today confirmed support for a community crime reduction partnership developed over the past two years by the Supporting Individuals with Developmental Disabilities – Reducing Involvement in the Criminal Justice System Committee as a part of the City of Surrey’s Crime Reduction Strategy. The community partnership is focused on addressing unique needs of youth and

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CLBC Welcomes Expanded Mandate for Children and Youth Representative

September 30th, 2013

CLBC Interim CEO Doug Woollard welcomed the expanded mandate of BC’s Representative for Children and Youth (RCY). Effective today, the RCY’s jurisdiction has been expanded to include some young adults age 19-23 who are eligible for CLBC services. Following a Vancouver press conference with the Representative, Mr. Woollard said, “On behalf of our entire staff,

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