Yesterday, the federal government delivered their Speech from the Throne, where the government lays out the priorities and vision for the current mandate and sets the agenda for Parliament.
November is Indigenous Disability Awareness Month #IDAM2021.
Indigenous Peoples of Canada have a higher rate of disability and this month brings awareness to the barriers they face along with recognizing and celebrating the contributions they have made.
This past June 9th 2021 The REALM ROVERS hosted a successful Relay for Life.
Everyone who attended raved about how much fun they had, and appreciated the safety measures in place to that allowed the event to take place. We have posted below some hot takes of a few of the attendees.
REALM 2021 Relay for Life – Prince George
Donate to the REALM ROVERS 2021 at the following link
Relay for life live broadcast is going to be on June 12th, 5pm Pacific Standard time! Please tune in to Relayforlife.ca and you will be directed to our live stream. We will be broadcasting on Yes TV, and on our YouTube and Facebook accounts! You can also Tune in to Relayforlife.ca to be directed to the live-streamed broadcast!
Realm in conjunction with Rotary at work, Community Living British Columbia (CLBC), Kootenay Employment Services and East Kootenay News Online(E-know). For the 2nd year they have once again hosted the Inclusive Community Employment (ICE) awards.
REALM in association with Rotary at Work, Community Living British Columbia (CLBC), Kootenay Employment Services, and East Kootenay News Online (e-Know) will be hosting the 2nd ICE Awards, recognizing Inclusive Employers in the East Kootenay region. These employers have the vision, drive, and determination to make a difference in the community and workforce.
Many Kootenay businesses are facing difficulty these days due to labour shortages in the area. Unbeknownst to many Kootenay employers, there’s an untapped job force out there that is being underutilized. For some, like the intellectually disabled, they want to work but haven’t been given an opportunity to contribute.
Members of the Self-Advocates of the Rockies and three DSP’s from REALM along with REALM’s practicum student Takara Mohnssen traveled to Richmond for the 2019 Self-Advocates Conference at the Executive Inn Airport Plaza Hotel & Conference Centre.
The Cranbrook Townsman wrote a great article on our community inclusion movement.
Read the full article by clicking the below link!