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Education Watch: Volume 4, Issue 1 - Spring 2012

 - May 15, 2012

Updates on inclusive education from Manitoba, Prince Edward Island, and New Brunswick, advancements in inclusion education research, student contributions, and more.

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Poverty Watch - Spring 2012

 - April 30, 2012

Follow the trends in provincial/territorial and federal poverty-reduction strategies, and meet Canadians with intellectual disabilities who are doing what they can to live good lives in their community. In this issue, read about the National Council of Welfare-issued report on the cost of poverty and the implications of this report as reported by CACL and others.

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INFO@ Newsletter - April 2012

 - April 6, 2012

Monthly update from CACL: press release on the 30th anniversary of the signing of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

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INFO@ Newsletter - March 2012, vol. 2

 - March 5, 2012

Monthly update from CACL: CACL responds to Global Television for damaging media coverage on disability rights.

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INFO@ Newsletter - March 2012, vol. 1

 - March 4, 2012

Monthly update from CACL: CACL responds to the 2012 Federal Budget.

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INFO@ Newsletter- February 2012, vol. 2

 - February 3, 2012

Monthly update from CACL on the closure of Valley View Centre in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. 

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INFO@ Newsletter - February 2012, Vol. 1

 - February 2, 2012

Monthly update from CACL on February as Inclusive Education Month.

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INFO@ Newsletter - January 2012

 - January 1, 2012

Monthly update from CACL on the launch of a new website for the National Community Inclusion Initiative.

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Coming Together - Winter 2011

 - December 21, 2011

Read thought-provoking perspectives on how families are leading change in communities, and highlights events, resources and networks you can join. This edition of the Coming Together newsletter explores the stories of youth and sibling leadership in the community living movement. 

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Education Watch: Volume 2, Issue 3

 - December 14, 2011

Updates on inclusive education from USA, Newfoundland, New Brunswick, Ontario, and more.

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INFO@ Newsletter - December 2011

 - December 3, 2011

Monthly update from CACL on the publication of the 2011 National Report Card on inclusion.

 

À l’occasion de la Journée internationale des personneshandicapées, le 3 décembre, l’Association canadienne pourl'intégration communautaire (ACIC) publie son compte-rendu annuel.

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CACL 2011 National Report Card on Inclusion

 - December 2, 2011

CACL’s 2011 National Report Card on Inclusion focuses on how Canada is doing in the areas of Securing Child Rights and Needed Supports, and Establishing Safe and Inclusive Communities. These are two of the 10 objectives in CACL’s Vision 2020 agenda – an agenda adopted by CACL to assist Canadians and governments in building a more inclusive Canada.

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Poverty Watch - Fall 2011

 - November 24, 2011

Follow the trends in provincial/territorial and federal poverty-reduction strategies, and meet Canadians with intellectual disabilities who are doing what they can to live good lives in their community. 
In this issue, read about the developments in several jurisdictions across Canada and the strategies they have implemented to alleviate, reduce, and prevent poverty.

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Institution Watch: Volume 6, No. 2 - Fall 2011

 - October 31, 2011

Updates on the progress towards deinstitutionalization from Institution Watch, this newsletter reports on the closing of the Woodlands Centre Block.

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A Book of Cases

 - October 22, 2011

In 2006 Gordon Kyle of Community Living Ontario and Gordon Porter from CACL/ Inclusive Education Canada, made a visit to a senior staff member of the Ontario College of Teachers. They discussed issues involving professional standards for teachers and highlighted the need to make sure teachers in Ontario schools have the knowledge and skills to make inclusion successful.

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