Everybody Belongs! May 2022

Everybody Belongs!

Inclusion BC Conference rescheduled to May 26-28, 2022

Inclusion BC has rescheduled its annual conference to May 26-28, 2022 in Surrey, B.C.

The decision to postpone the conference was made because of the concerns about the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in British Columbia this spring.

As recommended by B.C.’s Minister of Health, we conducted a risk assessment for our conference, which was previously scheduled to take place in May 2020. Given the potential spread of COVID-19 in British Columbia this spring, the recommendations to practise “social distancing,” and the vulnerability of some people who may attend our event, we have decided to postpone the conference until May 26-28, 2022.

The good news is that we have already confirmed the hotel booking for the new dates with the Sheraton Vancouver Guildford Hotel in Surrey, BC.

Everyone who already registered for the conference will have their registration automatically transferred to the new dates. Of course, we will provide a full refund to anyone who does not wish to attend the conference at the rescheduled dates.

Registration is now open!

Click the link below to read more about Everybody Belongs and to register for the event

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So here is our “updated” pitch…

Everybody Belongs! Our next Inclusion BC conference is now set for May 26-28, 2022, in Surrey BC. This year marks our 44th learning event. We will be hosting the three-day event at the Sheraton Vancouver Guildford Hotel on Surrey. We are very proud to co-host with Uniti and the Self Advocates of Semiahmoo.

Everybody Belongs!
Inclusion BC Conference:
May 26-28, 2022
Sheraton Vancouver Guildford Hotel
15269 104 Avenue, Surrey, BC V3R 1N5

Everybody Belongs: May 26-28, 2022

“Everybody Belongs!” is a unique opportunity to connect with the latest information and resources on inclusion and diversity.

See more: Everybody Belongs! Conference Website

Register Here!

We are looking forward to seeing you in May 2022!

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