Recent News - Community Living Ontario

The Importance of Our Autonomy

Volunteering with various organizations to flame the social change movement, Joyce Balaz has been advocating for persons living with disabilities...

24.Jun.2021

2021/2022 Call for Nominations

The Nomination Committee of Community Living Ontario is currently seeking candidates for election to the Board of Directors. Community Living...

23.Jun.2021

Position: The Right to Live in the Community

People First of Canada (PFC) believes that no person, regardless of disability, should live in any kind of situation that...

18.Jun.2021

Crystalizing the Case for Deinstitutionalization: Covid 19 and the Experiences of Persons with Disabilities

Crystalizing the Case for Deinstitutionalization: Covid 19 and the Experiences of Persons with Disabilities[i] From the London School of Economics...

10.Jun.2021

Bill 218: The Death of Memory

It was on or about May 20 that the Canadian Armed Forces submitted what has to be described as a...

04.Jun.2021

Aging in Place – We Have a Way to Go!

Community Living Upper Ottawa Valley is committed to sharing practices and processes that relate to success and enhancing people’s quality...

28.May.2021

Building a Full Life + a Home of One’s Own in the Community: Report Now Available

Building a Full Life + a Home of One’s Own in the Community is a new report from Community Living...

20.May.2021

Why are Persons with Disabilities Being Placed in Long-term Facilities?

As an active member in the Community Living movement for decades, I have served on local, provincial and national boards....

20.May.2021

2021 Annual General Meeting

While we recognize these are difficult and uncertain times, we continue to move forward with the planning of our Annual...

19.May.2021

Aging-in-Place for All

The statement that most caught my attention in the recently released Ontario COVID-19 Long-term Care Commission Report reads: The average...

14.May.2021