Making Canada Accessible

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Inclusive Holiday cards - 5 different designs: Rudolph with his shining nose, Santa with a vision disability being guided by a reindeer, Snowman using a wheelchair, Santa flying over the chimney in his power chair, snow globe with sledge hockey game
Send a holiday card to co-workers, friends and loved ones. Let them know they are an important part of your life. Inclusive Holiday Cards, 10 Cards per Pack. $15 all in.
Wednesday, November 3rd at 4pm PT/7pm ET: You made it through yesterday. You can make it through today. Keep going!  Join in at this upcoming event!
Join Ethelo and Disability without Poverty on November 3rd at 4pm PT/7pm ET to learn more about how to get involved in work on the Canada Disability Benefit. You will join in a lively and informal dialogue to talk about and plan the steps to take action!
Two people standing outside communicating through sign language with a clear mask on the face
A recent study collected information from approximately 700 Canadians who are Deaf, DeafBlind, and Hard of Hearing and captured the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Issues addressed included the impact of masks on communication, the demand for universal captioning and accessing health updates. This blog provides an overview of the results.

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