Life in Vancouver

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The purpose of this policy is to remove barriers and increase inclusion and independence for everyone. For the purposed of this Act, a barrier is anything that hinders the full and equal participation in society of a person with an impairment. An impairment can include physical, sensory, mental, intellectual, or cognitive impairment. Accessibility means that all people can take part in their communities through work, play and other daily activities.


Why Vancouver?

Discover the benefits of living in Vancouver – a city on the west coast of Canada with a mild climate, social stability, and stunning nature. Visit Stanley Park and Whistler Blackcomb, cheer for the Vancouver Canucks, and enjoy the café culture. Explore this amazing city today!

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Every semester, Franklin School offers students a variety of exciting and challenging sports, clubs, activities and special events! The School encourages students to join in the fun of learning new skills, developing unique interests and meeting new friends from around the world. Snowboarding, Badminton, Basketball, Ping Pong, Soccer, Volleyball, and Skating. Every semester, Coquitlam College

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