Stories

Today's Supreme Court Ruling

By Donna Thomson When I was doing research for my book, I read quite a lot of what American philosopher and Capability Approach expert, Martha Nussbaum, had to say. Nussbaum has been a slow …

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It Must Be May

By Kathy Bromley   Shannon’s final semester of high school is now underway! I went into Shannon’s classes for the very last time to share with the students how important it is that they treat …

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Reflections of the “Integration Generation”

By Erin Holland, PLAN “When we were growing up,” Cat Main recalls, “my parents did everything they could to make sure that my sister Kirsteen had all the same opportunities as my brother and …

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Estate Planning for Your Relative with a Disability

By Halldor K. Bjarnason Lawyer, Access Law Group Is your child, sibling, or other relative one of the approximately 50,000 British Columbians receiving Disability Assistance – the provincial government’s support program for people with …

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