Spinal Cord Injury BC

Sea Change

Access to commercial seaplane service in BC appears to be improving in one fell swoop, thanks to some willing captains of the industry, a unique made-in-BC accessibility device, and the tenacity of one SCI BC peer.

Fun With Three Wheels

SCI BC peer, Simon Harrington has discovered the amazing Can-Am three wheelers and how they can open the door to experiencing the joys of motorcycling.

Travelling as a Catheter User

Being well prepared is a good first step for a carefree holiday! To help you get ready for your vacation, Coloplast has gathered some information and a few tips for you in this article.

Back in the Hunt: An Accessible Hunting Adventure

A unique partnership between Kelowna-based Accessible Wilderness Expeditions and an Okanagan construction company is providing opportunities for peers to experience big game hunting in BC’s backcountry.

What’s a Go Bag & Why Have One?

What if you’re visiting a friend and you’re unable to return home? Or, how about if you’re separated from your luggage, or in a situation where you need to extend your stay? What could you not live without? In this blog, learn all about GoBags—what they are, and what needs to be in them.

Travelling and Catheterization

As restrictions slowly start to loosen and safe travelling seems more and more like a possibility, you may be looking to make travel plans. Here are some tips on travelling and catheterization from our sponsors at Coloplast to help you prepare.

Access & Allies: Paris

The best souvenirs of any trip are the stories that you bring home in your suitcase. SCI BC Peer Murray Siple has no shortage of extraordinary wheelchair travel tales to share. Follow his adventures around the world in this accessible travel series.

Access and Allies: London

The best souvenirs of any trip are the stories that you bring home in your suitcase. SCI BC Peer Murray Siple has no shortage of extraordinary wheelchair travel tales to share, including ones from his trip to London, England.