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What does an accessible BC look like?

Have your voice heard! Join us for community consultations on what should matter most in BC accessibility legislation.

This November, the BC Spinal Cord Injury Network is hosting a series of community consultations around the province, during which you can let the government know what you think would make BC accessible and inclusive for all.

Consultations will take the form of small group discussions with hosts facilitating the process. Results from consultations around BC will be compiled in a report to be shared with the Province of BC as part of their formal consultation on proposed accessibility legislation.

  • Nov.13

    BC-Wide ONLINE Session

    What will an accessible BC look like for you?

    Time: 10 am - 2 pm

    Host: SCI BC’s Teri Thorson

    RSVP

  • Nov.14

    Vancouver Session

    What will an accessible BC look like for you?

    Time: 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

    Location: Roundhouse Community Centre, 181 Roundhouse Mews, Vancouver

    Host: Disability Foundation

    RSVP

  • Nov.14

    Nanaimo Session

    What will an accessible BC look like for you?

    Time: 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm

    Location: Beban Park Social Centre, 2300 Bowen Road, Nanaimo

    Host: SCI BC, Jocelyn Maffin and Bert Abbott

    RSVP

  • Nov.15

    Kelowna Session

    What will an accessible BC look like for you?

    Time: TBA

    Location: TBA

    Host: Neil Squire Society

  • Nov.18

    Prince George Session

    What will an accessible BC look like for you?

    Time: 4 pm - 6 pm

    Location: Kinsmen Hall, 777 Kinsmen Place, Prince George

    Host: SCI BC, Heather Lamb and Brandy Stiles

  • Oct.11

    Tetra Nation 2019

    In order to showcase these gadgets, we asked volunteers to submit short videos of their creations to share online to garner “likes”. Competition winners can be viewed on the Tetra Nation website.

    Location: All over the nation

    MORE INFO

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