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2400 New Affordable Housing Units for People with Developmental Disabilities

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Working with employers across Canada to increase the labour force participation of people with an intellectual disability or ASD.

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Bringing solutions to people with intellectual disabilities, their families & communities – increasing housing choices & opportunity.

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CACL & PFC Respond to Federal Accessibility Legislation & Poverty Reduction Strategy

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Protecting Choice & Safeguarding Inclusion

It is time to get past the polarizing views on the morality, ethics and laws around...

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Close Institutions in Canada

Today in Canada, thousands of Canadians with intellectual disabilities remain trapped in large, segregated institutions...

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No Excuses

Over 70% of parents, whose children with intellectual disabilities are in regular classrooms, report that their children...