News from ARCH Disability Law Centre
18 news items
December 2010 ARCH Disability Law Centre Newsletter now available
(Posted : December 7, 2010) - Topics in ARCH Alert include ARCH at the Supreme Court, court decisions regarding education, web sites, and addiction, Bill 83, and income plan for people with severe disabilities.
December 13: Registration now available for ARCH's 30th Anniversary Symposium
(Posted : November 15, 2010) - Registration is now available for ARCH's 30th Anniversary Symposium, Human Rights for People with Disabilities: Today and Tomorrow.
Petition to improve funding for Ontario's Developmental services
(Posted : October 13, 2010) - The Ontario government's Passport and Special Services at Home (SSAH) programs are vital supports for Ontarians with intellectual disabilities. However, thousands of families that qualify for funding are on waitlists, or their funding is inadequate.
ARCH Disability Law Centre newsletter now available
(Posted : June 24, 2010) - Topics in ARCH Alert include the report of the independent reviewer of AODA, a legal action launched against discriminatory zoning bylaws, and an update on service animal law in Ontario.
ARCH Winter 2010 newsletter now available
(Posted : March 10, 2010) - Topics in the ARCH Disability Law Centre Winter 2010 issue include accessibility of administrative tribunals, improving accessibility in federal and provincial elections, and consultations on Ontario's Mental Health and Addictions Strategy.
ARCH seeking participants for needs assessment on legal issues facing people with disabilities
(Posted : February 9, 2009) - ARCH Disability Law Centre is looking for people to participate in a needs assessment to help better understand the legal issues facing people with disabilities in Ontario and make legal services more accessible.
Survey to assess experiences of people with disabilities at Ontario's tribunals
(Posted : July 3, 2008) - ARCH Disability Law Centre is asking for assistance with the distribution of a survey that it has developed to assess the barriers for people with disabilities at the Workplace Safety and Appeals Insurance Tribunal, the Social Benefits Tribunal, and the Landlord and Tenant Board.
Accessible all-candidates meetings groundbreaking initiative in provincial election
(Posted : September 19, 2007) - For the first time in a provincial election, all-candidates meetings accessible to people with disabilities are being held in three Ontario ridings.
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