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Success Stories

Roop Johal of Small Business BC smiles big at the camera while holding a film board during the filming of her story with True Calling Media.

“I want to fight for anybody that has ever experienced that hurt when they’re looked at differently. I wanted to prove to those that thought I couldn’t that I can, and I have.”

Roop Johal, Business Development & Sponsorship Manager, SBBC
Selfie of Calvin Ng at his ICBC desk. He is an asian man with dark brown hair, slightly smiling, and wearing a grey tshirt.

“When I joined ICBC, I felt it was important my new team knew about my invisible disability. I conveyed to my new manager and team, where and when it was appropriate, how autism manifested in my day-to-day life.”

Calvin Ng, Claims Support Assistant, ICBC
Bus driver Mike is standing outside his community shuttle, from the arms up. He is a white man, smiling at the camera and wearing a CMBC uniform.

“I’m an ambassador for CMBC as a disabled person. The company put their trust in a disabled person to do this work, and that says something.”

Mike Nancke, Community Shuttle Operator, Coast Mountain Bus Company

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