- Jun302020 ARCH Bulletin on COVID-19: Bill 175 Connecting People to Home and Community Care Act 2020 May Soon Become Law This bulletin provides information on Bill 175 - Connecting People to Home and Community Care Act, 2020...
- Jun242020 Impacts of COVID-19 on Canadians – Living with Long-Term Conditions or Disabilities During the Pandemic: Share your perspective Invitation from Statistics Canada to participate in a crowdsourcing initiative to collect data on how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting...
- Jun232020 ARCH Statement on Deaths of Persons with Mental Health Disabilities by Police ARCH’s statement on the deaths of persons with mental health disabilities as a result of interactions with police officers...
- Jun192020 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Mother of 14 Year-Old Child with Disability files Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario Application against Empower Simcoe for Implementing Visitation Ban Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario application against Empower Simcoe, agency that operates a group home for children, for implementing visitation...
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