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January 17, 2018
The CACL membership appointed nine new members to the Board of Directors at our Annual General Meeting in Ottawa, December 2017. New board members represent diverse regions of Canada including British Columbia, Québec, Ontario, Manitoba, and the Northwest Territories.We know you will make wonderful contributions in advancing inclusion in Canada!
January 15, 2018
Click here to download the job description.The Canadian Association for Community Living (CACL) is the national movement supporting the voice of people with intellectual disabilities and their families for inclusion.
December 12, 2017
The Canadian Association for Community Living and People First of Canada (PFC), in collaboration with the Office for Disability Issues, Employment and Social Development Canada, hosted the 8th Annual Federal Policy Forum on Inclusion in Ottawa on December 1. This year’s focus was Realization of the Right to Legal Capacity for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities in Canada.
November 22, 2017
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASENOVEMBER 22, 2017Today Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the National Housing Strategy, with a target of 2400 new affordable housing units that enable community-based independent living for people with developmental disabilities.  The Canadian Association for Community Living (CACL) and People First of Canada (PFC) welcome this historic announcement. 
November 20, 2017
Hosted by the Canadian Association for Community Living & People First of Canada in collaboration with Office for Disability Issues, Employment and Social Development CanadaFriday, December 1, 2017 | 8:30 am – 5:00 pm | Ottawa Marriot Hotel, Ottawa, ON | Registration Required
November 15, 2017
Legal capacity is a human right for all persons – all persons should enjoy legal capacity on an equal basis with others in all aspects of life. The term recognizes two things: the capacity to have rights and the capacity to act upon those rights. In practice, legal capacity ensures that a person is recognized before the law and can make decisions about his or her own life, exercise rights, access the civil and court systems, enter contracts, and speak on his or her own behalf.
October 17, 2017
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEOctober 16, 2017 
October 3, 2017
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEOCTOBER 3, 2017HALIFAX - The Adult Capacity and Decision-Making Act introduced in the Nova Scotia Assembly Monday falls far short of its stated aim to “promote the dignity, autonomy, independence, social inclusion and freedom of decision-making of adults” who have intellectual and other disabilities. Minister of Justice Mark Furey assures that the Bill finds the right balance between autonomy and protection. However, our closer look finds an alarming imbalance.
September 28, 2017
Click here to download the job description.The Canadian Association for Community Living (CACL) is the national movement supporting the voice of people with intellectual disabilities and their families for inclusion.
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