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Recipe Submission Guidelines & Forms

Recipe Submission Guidelines & Forms

  We are creating a membership-based cookbook including our Members’ most favourite recipes to cook for themselves. Do you have a recipe you love cooking and want to share it with others? We will be using the cookbook as a fundraiser this coming October to help BCPF raise needed funds for our advocacy projects across the province. Join us in our mission to show others that everyone who wants to

Mushroom & Tofu Stir-Fry

Selfadvocatenet.com Recipe for month of July This tofu veggie stir-fry is quick and easy, making it a great go-to weeknight meal. Baked tofu has a firm, toothsome texture that crisps well in a hot pan. You can find it in flavors like teriyaki and sesame, both of which are delicious here. Or opt for a smoked version, which has the same texture with a more robust flavor. Serve over brown

Everybody Belongs! Inclusion BC Conference rescheduled to May 26-28, 2022

Inclusion BC has rescheduled its annual conference to May 26-28, 2022 in Surrey, B.C. The decision to postpone the conference was made because of the concerns about the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in British Columbia this spring. As recommended by B.C.’s Minister of Health, we conducted a risk assessment for our conference, which was previously scheduled to take place in May 2020. Given the potential spread of COVID-19

BC Special Olympics July, 2020 update Newsletter

Web Version  |  Update preferences  |  Unsubscribe Like Tweet Forward TABLE OF CONTENTS • Latest Newsletter • Beginning Special Olympics BC’s safe, staged Return to Sport • Virtual Torch Run for SOBC smashes fundraising and fitness goals • Fit Families & Friends goes virtual • Newmont Invitational supporters continue to make a difference for SOBC • New tools available to develop basic sport skills • Celebrating champions in Special Olympics Global Week

Emergency supports extended for vulnerable people

Victoria Monday, July 6, 2020 8:30 AM   The Province is extending federal employment insurance exemptions and the provincial temporary crisis supplement. These extensions will help ensure people on income or disability assistance and low-income seniors will continue to have access to the supports they need during the pandemic. “B.C.’s response to COVID-19 has been strong and swift, but we are not out of the woods yet,” said Shane Simpson,

Selfadvocatenet.com coverage of the Corona Virus Pandemic

Attention Self Advocates The selfadvocatenet.com coverage of the Corona Virus pandemic also called COVID 19  is intended to inform Self Advocates by bringing you daily updates and information regarding this life-threatening situation so you stay healthy and safe.   We encourage all Self Advocates to follow the Ministry of Health guidelines so we can stop the spread of this virus quickly. We each must do our part to protect ourselves and

The Kamloops Self Advocates Newsletter July 2020 Edition

The Kamloops Self-Advocates is a newsletter for people with diverse abilities published by Krystian Shaw.   July Edition of KSA Newsletter 2020 contains in This month’s theme  Happy Canada Day everyone! Did you know this is Canada’s 153rd birthday? We want to help you celebrate and have included lots of ideas in this month’s newsletter. We have included everything from food to entertainment. Being Canadian isn’t just about celebrating on

New affordable homes open in Campbell River

Campbell River Thursday, June 25, 2020 12:45 PM People with low to moderate incomes, including those with brain injuries and their families, are moving into 27 new affordable rental homes in Campbell River. The building, named Linda’s Place, is a partnership between the Government of Canada, the Province and the Campbell River Head Injury Support Society. “These new homes will provide new opportunities, security and peace of mind for brain

Sans Covig 19 fun activities page

This Page is where you find some fun games and puzzles that will help you to take your mind off Corona Virus situation online. Self Advocates Social Distancing Activities. Chatterpack’s list of free, online, boredom-busting resources Yaymaker’s virtual art classes NASA media library Stay-at-Home Guide for Kids With FASD, from the National Organisation for Foetal Alcohol Syndrome-UK Hello Giggles: “Stuck at home? These 12 famous museums offer virtual tours you

Legislation modernizes how wills are signed, witnessed

Victoria Monday, June 22, 2020 1:55 PM   Government has introduced legislation to enable courts to accept electronic wills and to permit the remote witnessing of wills. The changes will benefit British Columbians who, for example, have a disability, are quarantined, live in rural or remote communities, or would have difficulty attending a lawyer’s or notary’s office due to child care or other responsibilities. Proposed amendments to the Wills, Estates

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