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April 13, 2017
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEApril 13, 2017TORONTO - The United Nations called on Canada today to address the "persisting gaps in the exercise and enjoyment of rights by persons with disabilities, such as education, work and employment and an adequate standard of living, including due to lack of affordable housing and access to water and sanitation". 
April 13, 2017
Michael Bach (sixth from left) with members of the Canadian civil society delegation.
April 12, 2017
Long-time advocate Krista Carr will take the position of CACL Executive Vice-President on April 18th. Below, Krista shares how she became involved in the movement for inclusion.
April 10, 2017
April is National Volunteer Month and the CACL Board of Directors is made up of 24 members, three of which are Marcella Baldwin, Claude Sauvé, and Roy Skoreyko, who self-identify as having an intellectual disability.
April 3, 2017
Federal Budget 2017 proposes new and expanded investments with significant potential for making a positive impact on the social and economic well-being of Canadians with intellectual and other disabilities and their families. The Canadian Association for Community Living (CACL) believes this potential can be maximized by attaching clear accountabilities, principles and conditions  to these investments. This will make sure they make positive gains in building an inclusive and accessible Canada.  We hope to see these requirements confirmed soon.
March 23, 2017
CACL has submitted its brief on the Accession to the United Nations Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities to the Office for Disability Issues, Employment and Social Development Canada.
March 17, 2017
The following is a letter written by Michael Bach, CACL Executive Vice-President.As I move on from my role as Executive Vice-President at CACL (as of April 16), I want to share a few reflections with my friends and colleagues at CACL and beyond in the disability and human rights movements.
March 13, 2017
The following article has been provided by the Canada Revenue Agency. The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) administers credits and benefits for Canadians with disabilities and their caregivers. These can help lower costs over time, from childhood, through the school years, to the workforce, and to retirement. Here are some tips for tax time from the CRA:   Apply for tax credits
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