What is Bill C-22, and what does it mean for people with disabilities living in poverty? An overview of what we know so far about the Canada Disability Benefit.
If you haven't seen the Senate letter yet, calling for a Canadian Disability Benefit, here it is.
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!
Get Ready for Disability Without Poverty's September RoundUp held on September 9th.
Disability without Poverty hopes you'll join them for their August RoundUp with singer-songwriter Kristina Shelden, dancer and choreographer Martine Castera. Attendees will witness Ysabelle Vautour complete a live painting.
Are you a dynamic, creative, and talented communications expert in Canada with lived experience of disability, who can work independently as well as part of a virtual team, and have excellent public and media relations skills?
Join the fun at the next monthly RoundUp with Disability Without Poverty! Share in the incredible artistic community we have and celebrate our gifts and passions. Minister Carla Qualtrough will join to discuss the Canada Disability Benefit (Bill C35).
If the experiences of people with disabilities during COVID-19 are not recorded, then it will be like they never happened. The COVID-19 Disability Survey is a special initiative to record the experiences, concerns and needs of people with disabilities.
Bill C-35 was introduced on June 22 by the Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Disability Inclusion Carla Qualtrough. This bill will be known as the proposed Canada Disability Benefit Act.
2020 was some year for our Canadian disability community. COVID-19 taught us a lot about the country we call home. But we are a resilient bunch, and we know that from adversity comes strength.