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Where are the leaders of Ontario’s political parties today – May 11

Parry Sound is the place to be this morning as Doug Ford, Andrea Horwath and Kathleen Wynne will be participating in a leaders debate at the Stockey Centre (2 Bay St.) at 11:30 a.m. The debate is part of the Federation of Northern Ontario Municipalities Conference and will be live streamed on Facebook. Prior to […]


Where are the leaders of Ontario’s political parties today – May 10

Liberal Leader Kathleen Wynne will make an announcement at SickKids Hospital (170 Elizabeth St.) at 9:30 a.m., followed by a visit to Southlake Regional Health Centre (596 Davis Dr.) in Newmarket at 1 p.m. She wraps up her day at a campaign kick-off for Jeff Kerk, Liberal candidate for Barrie-Springwater-Oro-Medonte in Barrie (477 Grove St. […]


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 […]


Developmental services focus of pre-election discussion in Kitchener

The Waterloo Regional Family Network hosted a pre-election event on April 26th in Kitchener on issues of importance to the developmental services sector. MPPs and political candidates from the Kitchener-Waterloo region took part in a panel discussion and also took questions from the floor. Topics that were discussed included the Passport program and housing for adults […]


Community Living Ontario launches online petition regarding gaps in funding, supports

Together with an ever-growing number of allies, Community Living Ontario calls 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.


Member organizations, Community Living Ontario to co-present town hall events

Town hall meetings will take place across the province in May to raise awareness of the ongoing crisis in the developmental services sector, as well as to encourage the next government of Ontario to work with community stakeholders on a plan of action to ensure people who have an intellectual or developmental disability do indeed get what it is that the government is providing.


Community Living Ontario meets with PC Leader Doug Ford

Representatives from Community Living Ontario met with Doug Ford, leader of Ontario’s Progressive Conservatives, on Saturday, April 21st in Toronto. The meeting was an opportunity to share Community Living Ontario’s perspective on the issues facing people who have an intellectual or developmental disability, families and support organizations.