In the News

Lifetime Networks’ Being A Citizen crew visits CHEK News.
Chek* out the news story below!

CARF Survey Report for Greater Victoria Lifetime Networks Society.  Read more…LN Survey Report 

Adam Sawatsky from CTV Island News

How great is this… Adam Sawatsky from CTV Island News “Signoff with Adam Sawatsky” interviewing Lifetime Networks’ Theatre Troupe and Kathy Henshaw in regards to The Greatest, Most Amazing Show Ever which took place Thursday, January 7, 2016. View here.

Published on Oct 23, 2015 – Shaw TV Interview with Executive Director, Wendy-Sue Andrew

The exciting Ready, Willing & Able initiative came to Victoria and go! from Shaw TV was there. Discover how employers who are looking to enhance their inclusive hiring practices by connecting with persons who have a developmental disability. See below.

Theatre Troupe

Fabulous article (front page news) in the Times Colonist October 23, 2015 TC Article.

Know your Rights: A Guide for Self-Advocates

Pinned Down
In the spring of 2014, Reel Youth and the Canadian Red Cross Victoria branch teamed up to offer a film making program addressing bullying. The youth participants made these three collaborative films on the issues of stereotypes, self-esteem, and cyber-bullying. Lifetime Networks is very proud of Brandon, Kristyn and Alex for putting together the Pinned Down submission.


We were the recipients of the Times Colonist’s Readers’ Choice Favourite Charity Award in 2020.

We were recognized and awarded by 100 Women Who Care in December 2020!


We were thrilled to be honoured with the Business Awards Non-Profit of the Year award for 2017!

Nomination for the Saanich Environmental Awards
The Monday Being A Citizen program has been volunteering once per month since last October for 1 hour pulling ivy and digging out Blackberry bushes at Bow Park. They were nominated for the Saanich Environmental Awards for all their good work!

2nd Place in the Urban Signs ‘Follow the Signs’ contest and proud winner of $2,500 worth of signage.

Lifetime Networks Finalist for the Business Leadership Award at the 2014 Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce Business Awards!
It is with great pride and honour that we announce that Lifetime Networks has been selected as a finalist for the Business Leadership Award at the 2014 Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce Business Awards. The finalists were recognized at the Victoria Chamber of Commerce Awards Gala on April 24, 2014 at the Fairmont Empress Hotel.

Please watch our amazing video below.

Congratulations to all the talented and amazing people we have coming to Lifetime Networks!

1st Place –  Inclusion BC’s 2014 Conference

Our Art Studio group collaborated on this beautiful art piece, ‘Tides of Change’ (seen on the right) to win 1st place in the province wide contest. The piece was displayed at the Inclusion BC conference in Nanaimo BC (June 11-14, 2014) and has been used on their programs and promotional materials.

The Lifetime Network Victoria Winter Art Studio Group had the opportunity to enter a piece of art into the province wide art contest for the 2014 Inclusion BC Conference.  Drawing inspiration from the conference theme of “Tides of Change: Justice, Diversity and Inclusion for All”, the group worked collaboratively to create a stunning image of a tidal landscape that speaks to the diversities that we experience and that we are.  Within the group of 10 artists, we are happy to share and learn from each other’s diversabilities, skills, wisdom, and life experiences.  We are excited to announce that our masterpiece has been given 1st place in the contest and was featured at the Conference and in all of the Conference related media!!!  We hope the piece puts a smile on the faces of those that view it, just as it did for us when we created it!

2nd Place – Inclusion BC’s Lights, Camera, Inclusion! 2013 Contest

2nd Place in the Organizational Category “Relationships at Lifetime Networks”

View here.

In the autumn of 2013, Lifetime Networks had the exciting opportunity to submit a video to Inclusion BC’s “Lights, Camera, Inclusion!” video contest.  Our amazing entry was produced through the creative vision of Calvin Heathcliff, the technical expertise of Rachel Knoop and the enthusiastic participation of people in our Being a Citizen and Employment programs. We are so pleased and proud to announce that our video, entitled “Relationships at Lifetime Networks”, recently won the second prize of $500 in this province-wide challenge.  Thank you to everyone who made this video a huge success.