Accessible COVID Vaccine Experiences: What is next?

CILT and the Accessibility Collaborative are pleased to share: Ethno-Racial People with Disabilities Coalition of Ontario (ERDCO)’s Accessible COVID Vaccine Experiences: What is next? webinar. Where:          Via Zoom When:           Thursday May 26, 2022 Time:             From 12:00pm to 1:30pm Panelists: Gillian Sumi, Community Advocate for accessibility, Sydney Butler, Neurodiversity and Accessibility Speaker, Moderated by Natalie […]

Amplifying Voices | Parents with Disabilities: Trailblazers Disrupting the Paradigm

Parenting is a funny thing! It brings you down to your knees, all the while giving you the strength you never have imagined possible. For the second year in a row, on United Nations’ Global Day of Parents (June 1st, 2022), during Canada’s accessibility week (May 29th to June 4th, 2022), we will be celebrating […]

Sexuality, Relationships & Parenting with a Disability

Do you have questions about sex, sexuality, relationships and/or parenting with a disability? Come learn from community allies about disability-specific resources! This is a pop-up transition to adulthood event for youth 14+ and their families. Hear from: - Connect Ability - Centre for Independent Living in Toronto (CILT) - Extend-A-Family - Holland Bloorview staff Date: […]

Our City, Our Budget


Our City, Our Budget Monday, January 09, 2023 at 05:30 PM Zoom Join Social Planning Toronto on January 9 to learn more about Toronto’s budget, the budget process, and how the budget affects the services you use every day — such as affordable housing, transit, community programs, libraries, and recreation. We will cover the basics of […]

2023 City Budget Town Hall


2023 City Budget Town Hall Monday, January 16, 2023 at 02:00 PM Zoom Join Social Planning Toronto and partners on January 16 to hear our analyses of Toronto’s 2023 City Budget. We will talk about what is in the budget and offer insights on its impact on critical programs and services, then hold a dialogue on collective priorities […]