Monthly Archives: June 2019

Students, teachers, staff benefit from more classroom support

Victoria Friday, June 28, 2019 12:00 PM With record-high levels of funding for more teachers and support staff, and smaller class sizes compared to two years ago, British Columbia students are getting better support in their classrooms. “An investment in education is an investment in our future, and everyone benefits when students have the best […]

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The Kamloops Self Advocates Newsletter July 2019 Edition

The Kamloops Self-Advocates is a Newsletter for people with diverse abilities published by Krystian Shaw.         July 2019 Edition KSA Newsletter 2019 contains in This month’s theme Happy Canada Day! We are not only celebrating being proud Canadians this month, but also the accomplishments of people with diverse abilities. Whether you read […]

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Supporting successful lives through independent communication

Vancouver Thursday, June 27, 2019 2:35 PM Adults with severe communication disabilities will be supported in living with independence and as full participants in their communities through $9.3 million for augmentative communication technology and professional support. The Province will provide the funding over three years to Communication Assistance for Youth and Adults (CAYA) to update […]

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Port Moody development offers new affordable housing, community space

Port Moody Thursday, June 27, 2019 10:30 AM Families and individuals in the Tri-Cities community will benefit from 55 new affordable rental homes as construction gets underway on redevelopment of a former church property. The new development is a partnership between the Province, Catalyst Community Developments Society, St. Andrew’s-IOCO United Church, Kinsight and Share Family & […]

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5 Canada Day Safety Tips

Canada Day is Friday, July 1, and across the country there will be celebrations. Safely enjoy your day off by keeping in mind the following tips: Stay cool. Canada Day activities may keep you outside for the entire day. As such, it’s important to protect yourself from the sun and heat. Be sure to wear sunscreen, […]

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Canadian Flag Cake Recipe July,2019 Special Edition For Canada Day Prep 45 m  Cook 20 m  Ready In 1 h 35 m Recipe By:WestCoastMom “Celebrate Canada Day with a flag cake! Vanilla sheet cake with a whipped cream cheese frosting, decorated with strawberries to make the Canada Flag. This will feed a crowd! Serve with extra sliced […]

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Zucchini Rollatini Recipe for month of July ,2019 Zucchini Rollatini   Prep Time: 10 mins .Cook Time: 20 mins .Total Time: 30 mins Course: Dinner Cuisine: Italian Zucchini Rollatini is a delicious, cheesy, veggie-loaded dish! Made with strips of grilled zucchini stuffed with a basil-cheese filling, then rolled and topped with marinara, mozzarella and baked in […]

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New affordable homes coming soon for families, seniors in Cranbrook

Cranbrook Tuesday, June 25, 2019 10:30 AM Twenty new homes are on the way for families, seniors and people in need of affordable housing in Cranbrook, where the rental vacancy rate is near 1%.“These homes will help support the community’s health by providing families and seniors with safe, secure housing to grow and prosper,” said […]

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How It Goes (Part Two)

After coming out of the hospital, lots of decisions had to be made. In the end we cancelled trip after trip, most with multiple stops, just to give me time to heal. These were hard decisions but the were also the obvious ones, I had to get better. Going back to work at my job […]

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The Story and How It Begins (Part One)

I’ve got to go way back in order to go forward. This is often true in life when we need to self-correct or when we need to see a moment in time in its true context. For me, it started in Niagara Falls where I had been booked to do a two day training session. […]

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