On April 30, 2020, L’Arche Canada launched a 48-hour “Quarantune Challenge”. 209 submissions from 28 L’Arche communities in 8 countries playing 29 instruments produced this spectacular collection of sounds from L’Arche’s choir of hope! Featuring “Tiny Lights” by Coco Love Alcorn.
Across Canada and around the world, L’Arche creates communities of friendship and belonging. In L’Arche, people with and without intellectual disabilities live, work, learn, and grow together. L’Arche demonstrates that when persons with intellectual disabilities take their place at the table, they contribute to a more just, compassionate, and vibrant world for all.
May 5, 2020
BC Catholic, Agnieszka Ruck, December 3, 2020
BC Catholic, Agnieszka Ruck, February 24, 2020
The L’Arche Greater Vancouver community is feeling betrayed by founder Jean Vanier.
BC Catholic, Agnieszka Ruck, November 5, 2019
“This building will be an example that will change the way we see supporting vulnerable people.”
BC Catholic, Agnieszka Ruck, April 23, 2019
“Isolation and a lack of housing are major challenges in the Lower Mainland, particularly for adults with developmental disabilities…”
Global News, Simi Sara Show, April 8, 2019
Listen to Executive Director/Community Leader Denise Haskett interviewed by Simi Sara on CKNW about the launch of our We All Belong Campaign
News 1130, Martin MacMahon and Hana Mae Nassar, April 8, 2019
“New affordable units aim to help those with developmental disabilities” published on citynews1130.com
Sing Tao Daily, April 8, 2019
Anglican News Online, Randy Murray, April 9, 2019
“L’Arche Vancouver kicks off campaign” published in the Topic – online news publication for the Anglican Diocese of New Westminster