What if your favourite community newspaper could come to life, link you to websites and increase accessibility to anyone regardless of literacy capabilities?
Saturday, Dec. 1 is World AIDS Day, and will be marked locally with a candlelight vigil and fundraiser.
Although disability has become more commonly seen in movies and media, the jury is still out whether depictions are accurate in educating audiences.
Possabilities won the gold award in the Special Section category, circulation 25,000 and up, at the BC and Yukon Community Newspapers Association awards gala in April at the River Rock Casino in Richmond.
Employment for people with disabilities looks rather bleak based on what the new WorkBC Employment Services Centres are offering. The concept is good on paper, but, as always, we are learning the practical side of things are still not in place.
An innovative publication that focuses on the achievements of people with disabilities has earned the Now gold at the Ma Murray awards.