Community Living Ontario and an ever-growing number of allies call on the next Government of Ontario to do a better job of supporting people who have an intellectual or developmental disability, their families, and the community organizations that assist them.
We urgently need a plan.
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On the ground
Statement from Community Living Ontario CEO Chris Beesley regarding the election of PC Government
On behalf of the Board of Directors and our membership, Community Living Ontario looks forward to working with the next Government of Ontario to bring about a clear plan of action that enables every person who has an intellectual or developmental disability in this province to lead a meaningful and fully inclusive life. When Community […]LEARN MORE
Where are the leaders of Ontario’s political parties today – June 7
Kathleen Wynne casts her ballot at 1000 Mount Pleasant Rd in Toronto at 9:30 a.m. The Liberal Leader will deliver remarks and meet with supporters at the York Mills Gallery (1885 Leslie St.) in Toronto when the polls close. Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford will cast his ballot with his family at St. George’s Junior School […]LEARN MORE
Waiting for Passport funding since 2015
“I’m poor,” says Yvonne Spicer, regarding what she sees as ongoing governmental failure to provide adequate income support for people who have an intellectual disability. “I don’t have that much money coming in. I can’t even buy clothes for myself....READ MORE
Our son’s independence has been put on hold
Linda Thomas-Ouellette plans to make political candidates aware of the problems imposed by lengthy waitlists for developmental services ahead of the June 7th provincial election. The North Bay mother’s 19-year-old son, Christopher, has autism and a developmental delay. Her letter...READ MORE
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