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Provincial Election Forum on Developmental Services – Thunder Bay, May 31

Ontarians who have an intellectual or developmental disability need a plan of action to address the gaps in services and supports. Find out how the parties intend to work with community stakeholders to implement solutions to better assist people to lead meaningful lives in the community. Join us for this important discussion. Thursday, May 31 […]


Provincial Election Forum on Developmental Services – Ottawa, May 29 – CANCELLED

Unfortunately, the organizing group was unable to secure PC or Liberal representation from the Ottawa-area for the forum scheduled tomorrow evening at Ben Franklin Place in Nepean. As such, the forum has been cancelled. It was a decision that wasn’t taken lightly, as it is vitally important that our provincial parties hear from people who […]


Where are the leaders of Ontario’s political parties today – May 25

Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford makes an announcement at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel (2nd floor, Elgin room, 123 Queen St. W.) in Toronto at 10:30 a.m. NDP Leader Andrea Horwath is at Sir Oliver Mowat Collegiate Institute (5400 Lawrence Ave. E.) in Toronto for an announcement at 9:45 a.m. Kathleen Wynne will make an […]


Where are the leaders of Ontario’s political parties today – May 23

Andrea Horwath tours Seneca College’s Newnham Campus (1750 Finch Ave. E) in Toronto at 9 a.m. The NDP Leader holds a town hall meeting with young people at Propeller Coffee (50 Wade Ave.) in Toronto at 6 p.m.  Kathleen Wynne makes an announcement at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre South Building (Room 401, 222 Bremner […]


Where are the leaders of Ontario’s political parties today – May 20

Doug Ford attends an Asian Heritage Month celebration at the Edward Village Hotel (185 Yorkland Blvd.) in North York at 1 p.m. The leader of the Progressive Conservatives will also hold a meet and greet with Roman Baber, PC candidate for York Centre, at Cusina Lounge (288 Wilson Ave.) in North York at 3 p.m. […]


Provincial Election Forum on Developmental Services – Toronto, May 24

Ontarians who have an intellectual or developmental disability need a plan of action to address the gaps in services and supports. Find out how the parties intend to work with community stakeholders to implement solutions to better assist people to lead meaningful lives in the community. Join us for this important discussion. Thursday, May 24 […]


Where are the leaders of Ontario’s political parties today – May 17

Andrea Horwath begins her day with a campaign event at the Bathurst subway station (819 Bathurst St.) in Toronto at 9:15 a.m. The NDP Leader will then travel to St. Catharines for a campaign stop at the city’s GO station (5 Great Western St.) at 1:45 p.m. Doug Ford makes an announcement at Capri Pizza […]


Where are the leaders of Ontario’s political parties today – May 14

Andrea Horwath makes a health care announcement (900 Peter Robertson Blvd.) at 9.m. in Brampton. The NDP Leader will then travel to Watford for a 2:30 p.m. visit to a dairy farm (6533 Arkona Rd.), and she will end her day in Sarnia with a 6 p.m. town hall meeting on health care at the […]


Disability-related issues to be explored at debate

Community Partners is inviting people with disabilities and their allies to a debate at the Tecumseh Auditorium (Ryerson Student Centre) at 55 Gould Street in Toronto on Wednesday, May 16th.  They’re encouraged to ask each party questions about accessible/subsidized/supportive housing, employment, poverty reduction strategies, Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), Ontario Disability Support Program […]