Public Announcements

September 30th – National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

The eagle represents First Nations The narwhal represents Inuit The beaded flower represents Metis The circle represents being together in reconciliation The orange colour represents truth telling and healing Each year, September 30 marks the National Day for Truth and … Continue reading

Covid-19 Update

With COVID infection rates on the rise and cold and flu season around the corner, we would like to send out a reminder of important information and resources regarding health and safety procedures.   _____________________________________________________________________ Basic Safety Measures – The … Continue reading

Spectrum Supported Employment Information Evening

Supported employment starts with the belief that everyone who wants paid employment can attain it, if the proper supports are in place. It is a successful, accepted and flexible model for assisting individuals experiencing disability to obtain meaningful and fairly … Continue reading

Spectrum Employment Day August 17th, 2023

Spectrum is holding a group meeting to discuss all things employment. The intention is that people can share stories of their success and failures, help each other with learning and job search resources, explore different options and get inspired. Continue reading

Disability Benefits Increases Coming August 1st 2023

CLBC has worked with the Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction (SDPR) to simplify the implementation of the increased maximum shelter allowance rate where possible. Continue reading

REMINDER! Spectrum Summer Picnic – July 19 – Trout Lake

REMINDER for the Spectrum Annual Summer Picnic! WHEN: Wednesday, July 19th, 2023 TIME:  2pm – 6pm WHERE: JOHN HENDRY PARK – TROUT LAKE – PICNIC GAZEBO Join us for the Annual Spectrum Summer Picnic and enjoy a selection of burgers, … Continue reading

Advocacy – Provincial and Federal Opportunities for Better Support

There are two important time-sensitive opportunities to influence our government decision-makers that we would like to bring to your attention. Continue reading

Weekend Heat Wave

With the mini-heat wave coming this weekend, it’s a good time to review some key things to do that will keep you safe and cool during extreme heat. Here’s a short list of things you can do to stay safe … Continue reading

Book Launch – The Life That’s Chosen Me – May 26, 2023 2pm

We are hosting a book launch for Rachelle’s new book “The Life That’s Chosen Me” on May 26, 2023. You are all invited! Continue reading

SAVE THE DATE! Spectrum Summer Picnic – July 19 – Trout Lake

SAVE THE DATE for the Spectrum Annual Summer Picnic! WHEN: Wednesday, July 19th, 2023 TIME: 2pm – 6pm WHERE: JOHN HENDRY PARK – TROUT LAKE – PICNIC GAZEBO More details to follow closer to the date!