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Bare trusts. New tax legislation for 2023
February 12, 2024

Many families may utilize what are called ‘bare trusts’ to support the financial arrangements of a family member.  Examples of bare trusts would be situations like joint bank accounts or […]

Darrell Cook Family Managed Supports Resource Centre. How has the Resource Centre impacted you?

Inclusion Alberta is interested in understanding how the Darrell Cook Family Managed Supports Resource Centre has impacted families in the Calgary area. If you have benefitted from the services offered […]

2024 Awards, Inclusion Alberta. Award nominations open! Community Inclusion Award National Inclusive Education Award Bruce Uditsky Leadership Award Colonel Eric W. and Dr. Barbara V. Cormack Memorial Award
February 6, 2024

We take time every year to recognize those in Alberta who are creating inclusive communities. We hope you’ll share with us those individuals and organizations you know who are making […]

Early learning and childcare parent survey. Take the survey by February 11. Inclusion Alberta
January 31, 2024

The Alberta government has invited parents to share their thoughts on what defines high-quality childcare and the services they expect from childcare operators through an online survey. This survey is […]

Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD). The dangers of offering MAiD to those with disabilities and/or mental illness alone
January 26, 2024

Canadians with disabilities are currently the only group who can seek Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) on the basis of having a disability alone, without being near end-of-life. This further stigmatizes people with disabilities and […]

Budget 2024 survey. An opportunity to make your priorities known. Take the survey by January 19. Inclusion Alberta
January 3, 2024

As it does annually, the Alberta government is soliciting the views of Albertans on their priorities for government spending in the 2024-25 provincial budget. You have until January 19th to complete the […]

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December 21, 2023

More than 35 years ago as a young college student studying to work in this field, I was filled with the hopes and dreams of making a difference in the […]

Inclusion Alberta. Canada Disability Benefit. Have your say by Dec 21
December 13, 2023

You have until December 21 to provide your input into one of the most important federal disability initiatives in many decades, the Canada Disability Benefit (CDB). Please don’t miss this opportunity. The forthcoming Canada […]

CTV news: "Only a last resort": Inclusion Alberta calls on parents to help close seclusion rooms. CTV News Calgary.
November 10, 2023

“We really believe families should have the right to know if a room like this exists in their school and they should have a conversation with their school about when […]

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October 31, 2023

October is Disability Employment Awareness Month, and we are highlighting how Rotarians and local businesses are creating meaningful jobs for individuals with developmental disabilities through Inclusion Alberta’s Rotary Employment Partnership.   […]