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Living in Community – The Many Faces of Inclusion

October 21, 2011 - October 23, 2011
10:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Atlantica Hotel Halifax, Halifax, NS (Map)

Join Us... For our National Conference in Halifax....

Contact Us

Head Office: 

Centre for Social Innovation
Canadian Association for Community Living
215 Spadina Avenue, Suite 450
Toronto, ON
M5T 2C7

Mailing Address:

Canadian Association for Community Living
20-850 King Street West
Oshawa, ON
L1J 8N5

Phone:  416-661-9611
Toll-Free:  1-855-661-9611
Fax:  905-436-3587

To reach us by email please do so at inform@cacl.ca, or use the email form below the map.

Share your story

Do you have a personal story to share? What about members of your family or your friends? Sharing your story gives people the opportunity to share their views, ideas and reflections on the experiences of being part of our national community. People share stories for a variety of reasons - to inform and educate others, to share achievements, to give hope, or just as a way of saying thank you.  Let your creative side shine.

Protecting Choice & Safeguarding Inclusion

It is time to get past the polarizing views on the morality, ethics and laws around physician-assisted death and work together. 

CACL believes we can find common ground and address legitimate concerns that face all Canadians.

We need your support in calling on all levels of government to develop a system that respects the values of dignity, autonomy and inclusion.
 

Assisted Suicide Webinar - October 4

 

CWDO Webinar

Citizens With Disabilities - Ontario are hosting a webinar on October 4, 2015 at 2 pm (EDT)

"While the public continues to debate whether assisted suicide should ever be allowed, the real questions we now need to answer have changed."

Looking Back: Untapped Workforce

Wed, 2015-08-12 - - Employment Equality, inclusion, Toronto

iLunch recap

Last week, CACL’s employment initiative, Ready, Willing, and Able (RWA), gave a talk at Untapped Workforce, to discuss the business benefits of hiring people with intellectual disabilities. This eye-opening workshop touched on many points, including:

Untapped Workforce

Tue, 2015-08-04 - - inclusion

iLunch

Ready, Willing, and Able (RWA) will be encouraging businesses to hire people with intellectual disabilities at the next iLunch 14 on August 6th. This inclusive employment initiative will highlight the benefits of hiring people with intellectual disabilities, such as higher productivity, increased retention rates, and enhanced consumer loyalty.

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