Power To Be partnered with the Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria to introduce 12 new residents to Canada to camping. Find out why the experience had a profound affect on everyone involved.
For Bayan Azizi the difference between a problem and a challenge is simple. Learning that distinction didn’t come easily for the North Vancouver Power To Be participant.
Adaptive Recreation parent shares her experience finding connection with her daughters and other participants in a snowy landscape. Find out why she calls it the snow glow.
Vancouver-based participant shares her experience exploring Lighthouse Park via a TrailRider with Power To Be. Find out why she says the memories created are ones you can't put a price tag on.
For Scott Heron, the only thing better than catching a wave was watching his daughter catch her own. Find out how a father-daughter surf trip to Tofino helped redefine what was possible.
With a change of seasons, the program team is cleaning up and putting away our kayak gear, creating moments to reflect on an amazing year of paddling programs in Vancouver.
With Camp Barnard as the backdrop, seven brave, adventurous, and enthusiastic participants challenged themselves from the cool waters of Young Lake all the way to recesses of Cougar Caves during an overnight camping experience.
You can’t help but shift your perspective when you find yourself up in a tree canopy. High in the trees, challenges change and possibilities open. A place that is often unreachable becomes an open playground thanks to WildPlay Element Parks and Power To Be.
One great idea, four plus hours of hiking with a TrailRider and nine amazing people combined to make an unforgettable weekend on Mystic Beach.
Access to our great outdoors is abundant in the beautiful landscape that surrounds us and thanks to a new piece of equipment Power To Be can help participants explore even further.