Virtual Voices Village


Virtual Voices Village is a SET-BC program that  helps students with disabilities develop writing and journalism skills by interviewing athletes and other role models. Online at, the students contribute articles, stories and other creative work on a wide variety of topics. From 2005-2009,  the program was supported by 2010 Legacies Now in partnership with  the Province of British Columbia  and 3M.

Featured Stories

  1. Encouraging young journalists to reach their dreams.

    Grace Brulotte is a young girl who doesn't let her disability prevent her from gaining new experiences and doing what she loves.

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  2. Students with disabilities become ‘virtual’ reporters

    Grace Brulotte is a 12-year-old reporter with several stories already under her belt and when the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games roll around, she hopes to be reporting on the action.

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  3. Students with disabilities hone journalism skills by reporting on the 2010 Winter Games

    Six B.C. students with disabilities have a chance to be journalists at the 2010 Winter Games, thanks to the Historica-Dominion Institute, VANOC and 2010 Legacies Now.

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