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  • 2016-2017 Snow Angel Program

    The City of Yellowknife will be running its annual volunteer run Snow Angel program. Each year they collect names of volunteers that are willing and able to assist neighbours in need with snow removal and match them up with someone
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  • A Consultation with the Federal Accessibility Legislation

    Did you know that approximately 14 percent of Canadians aged 15 years or older reported having a disability that limited them in their daily activities? And that there are approximately 411,000 working-aged Canadians with disabilities who are not working but
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  • Yellowknife Victim Services Program

    YVSP is now offering travel assistance to family members of homicide victims to attend trail held in the NWT. For more information follow this link: https://nativewomensnwt.com/2016/06/13/travel-assistance-for-family-members-of-homicide-victims/ To access this service contact the coordinator for YVSP at: 867-920-2978
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  • City Loses Human Rights Case To Former Employee

    The City of Yellowknife in 2012 discriminated against and failed to accommodate an employee who had requested a summer off to be able to care for a child with special needs, the NWT Human Rights Arbitration Panel ruled last month.
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Our Vision

All individuals have the opportunity and access toward the achievement of their full potential

Our Mission

To bring our vision to reality, we educate, advocate and support to enable self-Determination for all individuals with disabilities.