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The place we call home is usually more than four walls and some stuff. People First of Canada recently released a video called What Home Means to Me. Shane Haddad, President of the organization, stated, "For people with intellectual disabilities, having a home means a lot. It means having freedom, having rights, having a life, and most importantly, being included."
For Immediate Release:
Toronto and Winnipeg
April 16, 2012
People with Intellectual Disabilities and their Families Celebrate
The Charter of Human Rights and Freedoms – 30 years on
CACL is pleased to announce the release of the Spring 2012 edition of Institution Watch.
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