In this blog, our Executive Director, Chris McBride, shares his thoughts on society’s need for accessible emergency response plans when natural disasters strike.
While the highly-technical legalese of the Accessible BC Act doesn’t appear to be inspirational at first glance, what it represents, and what it sets in motion is truly inspirational. Chris [...]
Our sponsors at Slater Vecchio LLP are experts in their field. In this blog, they explain class action law, how to get involved, and why it is important.
What are the new Bill-C7 amendments to Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) legislation and how can you get involved?
Elections BC has been working with the office of the Provincial Health Officer and WorkSafeBC to provide us with safe options for voting. Here are three ways to cast your ballot.
Getting your strata to understand about accessibility and to cooperate can be challenging to say the least. Here is how one SCI BC peer successfully lobbied their strata council for accessibility [...]
If you feel passionate about a movement what can you do to support it? With COVID-19 and as a person with a disability, do you feel safe participating in a protest? Here is some info on how to [...]
In 2019, the BC SCI Network hosted a series of accessibility legislation community consultations to gather feedback on what would make Canada accessible and inclusive for all. Key findings and [...]
How can we ensure our transportation systems are affordable and accessible to those who need them most? As part of Transit 2050 consultations, the #AllonBoard campaign addressed this question.