Community Pathway

Advice for Those Who Feel They’ve Lost or Wasted Precious Time Because of Their Depression or Mental Health Struggles

by Tiffany Chang

Overcoming mental health struggles/depression is a difficult feat. While many are able to overcome them or see a light at the end of the tunnel, some might also encounter even […]

The National Day of Truth and Reconciliation was September 30th: Reflecting on what’s been done and what more needs to happen

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By Avreet Jagdev September 30th 2022 marked Canada’s second annual National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. It is a day dedicated to remembering the children who were never able to […]

Career Profile: Developmental Services Worker

by Susan Huebert

What the Job Is  Everyone needs help at some point, including people with various kinds of developmental disabilities. They might have difficulty keeping up at work, school, or other aspects […]

What do I do if I think I have Asperger’s Syndrome or ADHD? A look at the symptoms of each and steps you can take to get professional help, especially if you are nervous. (French version available)

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By Bhargavi Venkataraman What is Aspergers’s Syndrome? Asperger’s syndrome is a developmental disorder that is characterized by a difficulty with connecting with others socially, as well as inflexible and repetitive […]

Supports for First Nation Students: Calgary Board of Education (CBE)

by Erin Kelly

Are you a First Nation student K-12 living in Calgary? The Calgary Board of Education recognizes traditional territories and oral practices of the Blackfoot Nations, which includes the Siksika, the […]

The Water Crisis Plaguing Indigenous Reservations Across Canada: How You Can Help (French version available)

by Elora Pharai

Picture this, the year is 2022: you live in Canada, which is often advertised and perceived as being one of the safest countries, rich in resources and many beneficial aspects […]