When it comes to reducing barriers, B.C. has made progress, but still has a long way to go. Imagine for a moment you were the keynote speaker at an event, but you arrived and couldn’t get onto the stage. What if you couldn’t speak and were refused medical services unless you allowed someone to speakContinue reading OPINION: In Anticipation of a British Columbia Accessibility Act
As we continue to step gingerly through these horrific times, there are so many thoughts, emotions, feelings, and uncertainties for us to deal with and each is probably as important as the other. It is not easy to navigate nor understand, but sure enough there are particular communities across our country with very deep concernsContinue reading Testing! Testing!
This is probably going to be one of the most painful and saddest editorials that I will ever write and I truly hope that I would not feel the necessity to write like this ever again. For as I sit here writing this; the uncertain side of me continues to ask myself if I wouldContinue reading The Missing Piece to Our Future