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Ontario Accessibility 22h
Our No.5 moment of 2018: Hiring people with disabilities.
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Ontario Accessibility Dec 14
Our No.6 moment of 2018: Improving accessibility standards for employment.
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Ontario Accessibility Dec 13
Our No.7 moment of 2018: Making your workplace accessible.
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Ontario Accessibility Dec 12
Our No.8 moment of 2018: A FREE guide to what Ontario’s laws mean to you.
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Ontario Accessibility Dec 11
Our No.9 moment of 2018: Attention Job seekers!
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Ontario Accessibility Dec 10
Our No.10 moment of 2018: Ontario’s Accessibility Newsletter.
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Ontario Accessibility Dec 10
It’s officially the last month of 2018! To celebrate, we are sharing our twitter moments that made an impact this year.
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Ontario Accessibility Dec 6
Things people with disabilities wish you knew. Listen to what they have to say.
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Ontario Accessibility Dec 4
Congratulations to Dylan Itzikowitz, a recipient of Ontario’s David C. Onley Award for Leadership in Accessibility. Dylan created Forward Movement to encourage the use of the Dynamic Symbol of Access symbol to change perceptions.
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Ontario Accessibility Dec 4
Congrats to Michael Mulligan, a recipient of Ontario’s David C. Onley Award for Leadership in Accessibility. Founder of Moving Forward, a rehab facility that helps people with disabilities retrain their neurological system to regain movement as possible.
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Ontario Accessibility Dec 4
Congratulations to Linda Niksic of Ottawa. She is a recipient of Ontario’s David C. Onley Award for Leadership in Accessibility for her work in engaging employees to promote the abilities of persons with disabilities.
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Ontario Accessibility Dec 4
Today, 3 inspiring individuals received the David C. Onley Award for Leadership in Accessibility, one of Ontario’s highest awards.
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Ontario government Dec 3
Dec 3 is International Day of Persons with Disabilities. Ontario’s Disability Support Program can help those living with disabilities. Learn more:
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Ontario Seniors Nov 30
Looking for fall prevention resources for older adults? Check it out:
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Ontario Accessibility Nov 30
Alight at Night! On Dec. 19, Upper Canada Village will have an evening where people with physical disabilities can ride in their own vehicles to view the Village adorned with lights. Find reservations and pricing info at
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Ontario Seniors Nov 28
Falls are the leading cause of injury among older adult Canadians. 20-30% of seniors experience 1+ falls each year.
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Ontario Accessibility Nov 29
Plan for the future. Get information about estate planning, a power of attorney and preparing for emergencies.
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Ontario Accessibility Nov 28
: Our Doors Are Open: Guide for Accessible Congregations offers different faith communities in Ontario guidance to increase inclusion and accessibility for people with disabilities during worship services and community events.
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Ontario Accessibility Nov 27
Interested in ? Volunteering is a good way to stay socially active, meet new people and participate in your community. Here’s a list of opportunities to get you started:
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ConsumerProtectionON Nov 23
Some deals might just be too good to be true. Check for a store or product’s return and exchange policy before you buy.
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