Let’s not let affordable housing be another broken promise from Trudeau. 235,000 Canadians experience homelessness in a year. 1 in 5 renters spend more than half their income on housing. 1.5 million households can’t find decent housing they can afford. The affordability of housing for low-income families living in social and co‑operative housing is uncertain,… Continue reading Keep Affordable Housing in the Federal Budget
If you’re wondering what to do or how to help Collect yourself. I found this Nervous Wreck’s Disabled Guide to Stepping Up helpful. You might too. What does your community need? Ask your local Mosque or Islamic Centre if they need support. Consider asking your favourite shops if they’ll show their support with window signs.… Continue reading How Can I Help? Some Ideas #NoBanNoWall
Last night I was out for dinner with my Mom. It was a small space, and it took some time getting a table, so we chatted for a while waiting, and then came in and sat down. It was at this point that something unexpected happened. The young waitress came out with only one menu,… Continue reading Changing the Accessibility Conversation #IDPD 2016
Metro news wrote an article on the elevator situation in my building. There's some great points in here about the importance of prompt elevator service, and a small mention of the Toronto Disability Pride March as well. Thank you Metro News! Read my original post.
I’ve lived in the same co-op apartment building since the spring of 2010. There have been times over the years when I’ve been frustrated with where I live, but nothing quite like this past week. I live in a co-op in Ward 6 in Toronto. I’m fortunate to live in a wheelchair accessible apartment that… Continue reading Accessible Apartment elevators down 3 times this week in Etobicoke
All People, All Access: Living with Disabilities and D/deafness for a Barrier and Violence Free World 55 Gould St. Ryerson Student Centre Friday, September 16, 2016 Community Fair 4pm Community Dinner 5pm Rally 6pm March 8pm This event is TRANS INCLUSIVE. ASL interpretation provided - ASL Poster Tokens provided Attendant care provided Childcare provided For… Continue reading Take Back the Night Toronto 2016 – Sept 16th
Let's make sure disabled voices are heard on this important issue! The following is a list of community consultations on electoral reform happening in the Toronto area, please find the consultation closest to you if you wish to attend. There are consultations happening across Canada. Please contact your MP for more information on these consultations.… Continue reading Toronto Area Community Consultations on Electoral Reform