Disability Advocates to Plead with Toronto’s Infrastructure and Environment Committee Today Not to Re-Open Toronto’s Much-Needed Ban on Dangerous Electric Scooters – A Ban that Torontonians with Disabilities Fought For and Won Two Years Ago

ACCESSIBILITY FOR ONTARIANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT ALLIANCE   NEWS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Disability Advocates to Plead with Toronto’s Infrastructure and Environment Committee Today Not to Re-Open Toronto’s Much-Needed Ban on Dangerous Electric Scooters – A Ban that Torontonians with Disabilities Fought For and Won Two Years Ago   June 28, 2023 (Toronto) … Continue reading Disability Advocates to Plead with Toronto’s Infrastructure and Environment Committee Today Not to Re-Open Toronto’s Much-Needed Ban on Dangerous Electric Scooters – A Ban that Torontonians with Disabilities Fought For and Won Two Years Ago

Sign Up to Tell Toronto’s June 28, 2023 Infrastructure and Environment Committee Meeting Not to Allow Electric Scooters

Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act Alliance Update United for a Barrier-Free Ontario for All People with Disabilities Website: www.aodaalliance.org Email: aodafeedback@gmail.com Twitter: @aodaalliance   Sign Up to Tell Toronto’s June 28, 2023 Infrastructure and Environment Committee Meeting Not to Allow Electric Scooters   June 22, 2023   SUMMARY   Frustrating as it is, the … Continue reading Sign Up to Tell Toronto’s June 28, 2023 Infrastructure and Environment Committee Meeting Not to Allow Electric Scooters

AODA Alliance June 22, 2023 Supplemental Brief to the Infrastructure and Environment Committee of the City of Toronto

Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act Alliance Update United for a Barrier-Free Ontario for All People with Disabilities Don’t Allow E-scooters in Toronto – Don’t Conduct an Experiment on Non-Consenting Vulnerable People with Disabilities, Seniors and Others   AODA Alliance Supplemental Brief to the Infrastructure and Environment Committee of the City of Toronto   June … Continue reading AODA Alliance June 22, 2023 Supplemental Brief to the Infrastructure and Environment Committee of the City of Toronto

Canada’s Parliament Finally Passes Bill C-22 – But Impoverished People with Disabilities Still Don’t Know Who Qualifies for the new Canada Disability Benefit, How Much the Benefit Will Be, or When the First Cheque Will Come

ACCESSIBILITY FOR ONTARIANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT ALLIANCE   Canada’s Parliament Finally Passes Bill C-22 – But Impoverished People with Disabilities Still Don’t Know Who Qualifies for the new Canada Disability Benefit, How Much the Benefit Will Be, or When the First Cheque Will Come   June 21, 2023 (Toronto): A major but interim milestone for … Continue reading Canada’s Parliament Finally Passes Bill C-22 – But Impoverished People with Disabilities Still Don’t Know Who Qualifies for the new Canada Disability Benefit, How Much the Benefit Will Be, or When the First Cheque Will Come

AODA Alliance Calls on Trudeau Government to Rapidly Proclaim in Force Bill C-22 Once Passed, and to Spearhead a Campaign to Get All Provinces and Territories to Pass Legislation Banning Private Insurance Companies from Clawing Back the Canada Disability Benefit

Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act Alliance Update United for a Barrier-Free Ontario for All People with Disabilities   Website: www.aodaalliance.org Email: aodafeedback@gmail.com Twitter: @aodaalliance Facebook: www.facebook.com/aodaalliance/   AODA Alliance Calls on Trudeau Government to Rapidly Proclaim in Force Bill C-22 Once Passed, and to Spearhead a Campaign to Get All Provinces and Territories to … Continue reading AODA Alliance Calls on Trudeau Government to Rapidly Proclaim in Force Bill C-22 Once Passed, and to Spearhead a Campaign to Get All Provinces and Territories to Pass Legislation Banning Private Insurance Companies from Clawing Back the Canada Disability Benefit

Trudeau Government Gives Seriously Problematic Reasons for Refusing to Ratify the Senate’s Ban on Private Insurance Companies Clawing Back the Canada Disability Benefit from Vulnerable People with Disabilities on Private Long-Term Disability Benefits

Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act Alliance Update United for a Barrier-Free Ontario for All People with Disabilities Website: www.aodaalliance.org Email: aodafeedback@gmail.com Twitter: @aodaalliance   Trudeau Government Gives Seriously Problematic Reasons for Refusing to Ratify the Senate’s Ban on Private Insurance Companies Clawing Back the Canada Disability Benefit from Vulnerable People with Disabilities on Private … Continue reading Trudeau Government Gives Seriously Problematic Reasons for Refusing to Ratify the Senate’s Ban on Private Insurance Companies Clawing Back the Canada Disability Benefit from Vulnerable People with Disabilities on Private Long-Term Disability Benefits

Trudeau Government Wrongly Rejects Senate Amendment to Bill C-22 that Would Ban Insurance Companies from Scooping New Canada Disability Benefit from Impoverished People with Disabilities on Private Long-Term Disability Benefits

ACCESSIBILITY FOR ONTARIANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT ALLIANCE NEWS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Trudeau Government Wrongly Rejects Senate Amendment to Bill C-22 that Would Ban Insurance Companies from Scooping New Canada Disability Benefit from Impoverished People with Disabilities on Private Long-Term Disability Benefits   June 15, 2023 (Toronto) Last night, the House of Commons … Continue reading Trudeau Government Wrongly Rejects Senate Amendment to Bill C-22 that Would Ban Insurance Companies from Scooping New Canada Disability Benefit from Impoverished People with Disabilities on Private Long-Term Disability Benefits

Major Partial Victory but Huge Setback for Impoverished People with Disabilities on Private Long-Term Disability Insurance Benefits – Trudeau Government Today Proposes to Ratify All Senate Amendments to Bill C-22 (the Canada Disability Benefit Act) Except the Senate Ban on Private Insurance Companies Clawing Back this Benefit from Poor People on Long-Term Disability

ACCESSIBILITY FOR ONTARIANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT ALLIANCE NEWS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Major Partial Victory but Huge Setback for Impoverished People with Disabilities on Private Long-Term Disability Insurance Benefits – Trudeau Government Today Proposes to Ratify All Senate Amendments to Bill C-22 (the Canada Disability Benefit Act) Except the Senate Ban on Private … Continue reading Major Partial Victory but Huge Setback for Impoverished People with Disabilities on Private Long-Term Disability Insurance Benefits – Trudeau Government Today Proposes to Ratify All Senate Amendments to Bill C-22 (the Canada Disability Benefit Act) Except the Senate Ban on Private Insurance Companies Clawing Back this Benefit from Poor People on Long-Term Disability

Despite Massive Pressure From People with Disabilities from Coast to Coast, Trudeau Government is Shockingly Silent on Whether it Will Agree to Ratify All the Senate’s Amendments to Bill C-22 (the Canada Disability Benefit Act) when it is Tabled in the House of Commons on Wednesday

ACCESSIBILITY FOR ONTARIANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT ALLIANCE NEWS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Despite Massive Pressure From People with Disabilities from Coast to Coast, Trudeau Government is Shockingly Silent on Whether it Will Agree to Ratify All the Senate’s Amendments to Bill C-22 (the Canada Disability Benefit Act) when it is Tabled in the House … Continue reading Despite Massive Pressure From People with Disabilities from Coast to Coast, Trudeau Government is Shockingly Silent on Whether it Will Agree to Ratify All the Senate’s Amendments to Bill C-22 (the Canada Disability Benefit Act) when it is Tabled in the House of Commons on Wednesday

Disabilities Minister Carla Qualtrough Tweeted that Trudeau Government to Table Bill C-22 (the Canada Disability Benefit Act) in House of Commons Next Week, But No Indication Whether the Government Agrees to Ratify All the Senate’s Amendments to the Bill

Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act Alliance Update United for a Barrier-Free Ontario for All People with Disabilities www.aodaalliance.org aodafeedback@gmail.com Twitter: @aodaalliance   Disabilities Minister Carla Qualtrough Tweeted that Trudeau Government to Table Bill C-22 (the Canada Disability Benefit Act) in House of Commons Next Week, But No Indication Whether the Government Agrees to Ratify … Continue reading Disabilities Minister Carla Qualtrough Tweeted that Trudeau Government to Table Bill C-22 (the Canada Disability Benefit Act) in House of Commons Next Week, But No Indication Whether the Government Agrees to Ratify All the Senate’s Amendments to the Bill

AODA Alliance Calls for Major Reforms to Ontario Government’s Implementation and Enforcement of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act in its Finalized Brief to Phase 2 of the Rich Donovan AODA Independent Review

Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act Alliance Update United for a Barrier-Free Ontario for All People with Disabilities www.aodaalliance.org aodafeedback@gmail.com Twitter: @aodaalliance     June 5, 2023   On May 31, 2023, the AODA Alliance submitted its finalized brief to Phase 2 of the Rich Donovan 4th Independent Review of the implementation of the Accessibility … Continue reading AODA Alliance Calls for Major Reforms to Ontario Government’s Implementation and Enforcement of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act in its Finalized Brief to Phase 2 of the Rich Donovan AODA Independent Review

Please Email the City of Toronto Infrastructure and Environment Committee in the Next 48 Hours to Support the AODA Alliance’s Brief that Opposes Toronto Allowing Electric Scooters

Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act Alliance Update United for a Barrier-Free Ontario for All People with Disabilities www.aodaalliance.org aodafeedback@gmail.com Twitter: @aodaalliance       Please Email the City of Toronto Infrastructure and Environment Committee in the Next 48 Hours to Support the AODA Alliance’s Brief that Opposes Toronto Allowing Electric Scooters   June 2, … Continue reading Please Email the City of Toronto Infrastructure and Environment Committee in the Next 48 Hours to Support the AODA Alliance’s Brief that Opposes Toronto Allowing Electric Scooters

Read the AODA Alliance’s June 1, 2023 Brief to the City of Toronto Infrastructure and Environment Committee Which Opposes Toronto Re-opening Its Ban on Electric Scooters

  Riding Electric Scooters in Toronto is Dangerous and Must Remain Banned – For Toronto to Allow E-scooters Would be to Knowingly Create New Disability Accessibility Barriers Against People with Disabilities   AODA Alliance brief to the Infrastructure and Environment Committee of the City of Toronto June 1, 2023   Toronto City Council must not … Continue reading Read the AODA Alliance’s June 1, 2023 Brief to the City of Toronto Infrastructure and Environment Committee Which Opposes Toronto Re-opening Its Ban on Electric Scooters

As Pressure Mounts for the House of Commons to Now Ratify All the Senate’s Recent Amendments to Bill C-22 (the Canada Disability Benefit Act), Why Is the Trudeau Government Delaying?

ACCESSIBILITY FOR ONTARIANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT ALLIANCE NEWS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   As Pressure Mounts for the House of Commons to Now Ratify All the Senate’s Recent Amendments to Bill C-22 (the Canada Disability Benefit Act), Why Is the Trudeau Government Delaying?   June 1, 2023, Toronto: Without offering over 6 million people … Continue reading As Pressure Mounts for the House of Commons to Now Ratify All the Senate’s Recent Amendments to Bill C-22 (the Canada Disability Benefit Act), Why Is the Trudeau Government Delaying?