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Celebrating Campus For All Success

Lesley Beaulieu is grateful to the people who have given her the opportunity to succeed. Beaulieu is a graduate of the University of Regina’s Campus For All program, a four-year inclusive post-secondary education experience for adults with an intellectual disability. More than 18 months ago, Beaulieu was hired by Farm Credit Corporation (FCC) to work […]

Dutch Industries manager recognized for hiring people with intellectual disabilities

When Greg Cruson’s grandfather founded Dutch Industries in 1952, he believed in lending a hand to those facing employment barriers. Now, 64 years later, Cruson, is carrying on that approach as general manager at the family’s Pilot Butte farm implement company. Tonight, he’s getting an employer of excellence award at a Saskatchewan Association of Rehabilitation […]

Economic Belonging – Building an Inclusive Workforce Featured in SSCF Annual Report

WHAT IS VITAL SIGNS? South Saskatchewan Community Foundation (SSCF) is one of 32 community foundations across Canada participating in this year’s Vital Signs program. More than 85 communities across Canada and around the world use Vital Signs to mobilize the power of community knowledge for greater local impact. For more information about Vital Signs or […]