Monthly Archives: April 2011

Person of the Month – Bill Nazar

Bill Nazar is a well – recognized visitor to the Spectrum office. He has been a teacher of all of us at Spectrum since the year Spectrum began, in 1987. Continue reading

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What makes for great mentorship?

There was a great discussion on mentoring in London this morning. It was done through the Guardian’s Social Enterprise Network. Continue reading

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Carlos Joe Costa new CD “African Science” hits the shelves!

There are lots of places you might have seen Carlos, but not least of these is as he supports folks with disabilities in community where he is endlessly optimistic and inclusive and a great community connector. And now you have the chance to hear him in your own home. And I’m pretty sure he’ll sign your CD and say something gracious… Continue reading

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Spectrum Runners and Rollers go 10K in the Sun Run!

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On Sunday, April 17th, the Spectrum Sun Run team, the Spectrum Runners and Rollers, completed 10K along with 50,000 other Vancouverites in the bright morning sun. Continue reading

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Canada votes May 2, 2011

There is a federal election scheduled for May 2, 2011 and voting is a right and privilege for which people around the world are demonstrating and fighting. Continue reading

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The Dish

A couple good friends of ours are sharing some fun stuff. It’s called “the dish” , It’s about what’s going in town, T.V shows, and of course gossip! Continue reading

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