Community Living BC (CLBC) welcomes the Honourable Sheila Malcolmson as the new Minister responsible for CLBC. Premier David Eby announced his new cabinet on Dec. 7, including the appointment of Sheila Malcolmson as the new Minister of Social Development and Poverty Reduction (SDPR). You can...
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A Victoria-based group of neuro diverse athletes, the Spirit Orcas, have been nominated by an international organization, the World Open Water Swim Association (WOWSA), to be potential award recipients in part for their work to teach people of all abilities how to swim in open water. The WOWSA Awards is an annual recognition of the world’s open water swimmers, products, services and events in 6 different categories via a global online poll. The Spirit Orcas have been chosen by a WOWSA committee to receive votes from the public for the category of “Para Performance of the Year”. Voting is open until January 31, 2023. You can find the link to vote here on WOWSA’s website: www.openwaterswimming.com/wowsa-awards-2022-nominations/Please vote for these incredible and dedicated athletes! ... See MoreSee Less
Remembering Vickie Cammack, a social innovator who pioneered ways to connect people and communities.Over a long and illustrious career, Vickie’s work focused on the power of human connection to combat the isolation and loneliness people with disabilities and other vulnerable members of society often face. ... See MoreSee Less