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July 15, 2016
 
July 15, 2016
 The Honourable Carla Qualtrough, Minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities, announcing the launch of the Accessible Canada consultation process.
July 15, 2016
Long time advocate Audrey Cole and her son Ian have filed a human rights complaint against the Government of Ontario, alleging that the province discriminated against Ian by failing to provide services in the community that he would otherwise receive if he was institutionalized.
June 22, 2016
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June 21, 2016
Robert Martin, one of the founding members of the self-advocacy movement for people with intellectual disabilities in New Zealand and Life Member of People First New Zealand, has become the first person with an intellectual disability to be elected to serve on the United Nation's committee responsible for monitoring the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
June 20, 2016
TORONTO, ON -- Tourism HR Canada and Ready, Willing and Able are happy to announce a partnership that will allow the two organizations to work together towards the common goal of increasing participation in the Canadian tourism workforce. 
May 31, 2016
Sadie is going to change the world. Will you help? Give today and your gift will be doubled.__________UPDATE!We are in the last few weeks of June, and CACL is quickly closing in on our deadline to raise $10,000!
May 31, 2016
Click here for a pdf verision of this Press Release. Ottawa - Dear Members of Parliament and Senators, When the Supreme Court of Canada legalized euthanasia and assisted suicide in February 2015, it also declared that safeguards must be designed to protect vulnerable persons from harm.
May 24, 2016
TORONTO, ON - Vulnerable persons are at greater risk as a result of the Alberta Court of Appeal decision authorizing physician assisted death on the basis of a psychiatric condition, if legislated safeguards are not passed by Parliament soon.  The Alberta Court argues its decision is consistent with the Supreme Court of Canada ruling in Carter.  However, the Supreme Court made clear that its ruling applied only to adults like Gloria Taylor, those who are at or near the end of their lives.
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