Individual supporters

Below are the supporters who agreed to have their names listed. Irene Lambert Karin Godin Dawn Lambert Peter Sharp Sandra Hobson Dana Levanto Paula Kilburn Katherine Jaconello Gordon Hein Louis Pereux Nancy Newton Michelle Bruneau Synove Gelinas Gary Stockden Yvette Gelinas Danielle Bruneau Anita Squire Wilma Houston Bonnie Sherr Klein… Read more“Individual supporters”

Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act Alliance Update

United for a Barrier-Free Ontario for All People with Disabilities Breaking News in the Campaign for a Barrier-Free Canada – Federal NDP Announces It will Support Enactment of the Canadians with Disabilities Act – Will the Liberals, Conservatives and Bloc Quebecois Do So Too? September 29, 2015 We are pleased… Read more“Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act Alliance Update”

Barrier-Free Canada – Canada Sans Barrieres: Canada’s Largest Disability Organizations Endorse Barrier-Free Canada’s Call for a Canadians with Disabilities Act

Canada NewsWire, TORONTO, Sept. 24, 2015 The leaders of Canada’s largest disability organizations serving upwards of four million Canadians with disabilities are urging government leaders, influencers and the public to support a new non-partisan campaign to introduce federal legislation to ensure accessibility, inclusion and equal opportunity for Canadians with disabilities,… Read more“Barrier-Free Canada – Canada Sans Barrieres: Canada’s Largest Disability Organizations Endorse Barrier-Free Canada’s Call for a Canadians with Disabilities Act”

Notice of Motion

(This Notice can also be downloaded as a Word document here.) City Council support efforts by Barrier-Free Canada/Canada Sans Barrieres (BFC/CSB) to urge the new Parliament of Canada to enact The Canadians with Disabilities Act (CDA) – Councillor Jim Karygiannis, seconded by Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam Recommendations: Councillor Jim Karygiannis, seconded… Read more“Notice of Motion”

Durham federal election candidates on inclusiveness for people with disabilities

Originally posted at the Durham Region website. DurhamRegion.com asked Durham Region candidates in the Oct. 19 federal election to supply their party’s policy in 20 areas of interest. Weekdays from Sept. 7 to Oct. 2 we will explore federal party policies. What help can our political parties give persons with… Read more“Durham federal election candidates on inclusiveness for people with disabilities”

Individual supporters

Below are the supporters who agreed to have their names listed. Irene Lambert Karin Godin Dawn Lambert Peter Sharp Sandra Hobson Dana Levanto Paula Kilburn Katherine Jaconello Gordon Hein Louis Pereux Nancy Newton Michelle Bruneau Synove Gelinas Gary Stockden Yvette Gelinas Danielle Bruneau Anita Squire Wilma Houston Bonnie Sherr Klein… Read more“Individual supporters”

The Barrier Free Canada August 2015 newsletter

Table of contents A special request to our readers Summary for the month of August Next steps How you can support us Contact info A special request to our readers We would like to start with an important appeal to our readers. From now until October 19, we are asking you to please… Read more“The Barrier Free Canada August 2015 newsletter”

Making disabilities a federal election issue

The Waterloo Chronicle, Wednesday, September, 02, 2015 – 9:09:58 AM By James Jackson Chronicle Staff For Jason Tomesch, the talk surrounding the upcoming federal election has been sorely lacking one key discussion — improving the lives of the millions of Canadians who live with one or more disability every day…. Read more“Making disabilities a federal election issue”