Spring Newsletter 2019

Issue 1.

Zucchini Enchiladas

Selfadvocatenet.com recipe of the month for August Prep 35 m Ready In 1 h 10 m Recipe By:Hilary Meyer “Using thinly sliced zucchini in place of tortillas is a great

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Zipped Lip

Some of the things I haven’t said on my travels this year: To the woman working for housekeeping at a hotel: Stepping back into the room, to give me space,

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Youth leaders invited to help build a more accessible Canada

News release May 30, 2018                Gatineau, Quebec                              Employment and Social Development Canada Canada’s second annual National AccessAbility Week provides a great opportunity to appreciate all the efforts being made

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Privacy

Your Rights to Privacy

There are laws to protect people’s privacy. The laws apply to everyone. The courts recognize that everybody has a right to privacy whether they are at home, in the workplace,

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Your Compass Card: The Ins and Outs

I’m writing this article because I’ve found the transition to the Compass Card really confusing. Here’s my interview with MVT Consumer Canadian Bus Advocate Linda McGowan. Hopefully this will also

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You Can Sit With Us!!

    Image description: A green shopping bag with the slogan ‘YOU CAN SIT WITH US’ emblazoned on it above, in much smaller print, PRIDE TORONTO 2016 “You can sit

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YOU ARE?????

How we ended up in the gym all signed up to play pickle ball is a long story in and of itself, but we’ve all got the ‘I’ve paid’ blue

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Yes Virginia it is a Big Deal

On December 1st of 2015 the world got a little brighter for everyone on Persons with Disability (PWD). On that date the total assets that someone could possess rose from

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2019 Spring

Oh Well

The noise caught her attention first. She wasn’t startled by it, not at all, but it did call for her to look over towards the door. We were entering the

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2019 Spring

I’m Good With That

It lay there on the floor. I was standing. I can stand. I can walk a bit. But I have to have something to steady me, a wall, a railing,

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2019 Spring 3

Accessible Transportation

News release March 11, 2019 – Gatineau, QC – Canadian Transportation Agency The Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA) today announced that its proposed Accessible Transportation for Persons with Disabilities Regulations (ATPDR)

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2019 Spring 3

The Power of Fact

Some think that researchers are people who sit behind computers and dream up studies of little consequence. We have come to be a society that has discarded facts and lionized

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Newsletter edited by Bryce Schaufelberger

Bryce has selected an interesting variety of posts for this edition. Bryce is also the founder and webmaster of the SelfAdvocateNet.com site. This award winning site has been active for 20 years. Please take the time to subscribe to get the latest news and updates. This site would not be possible without the generous support of ten Gold Sponsors.
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