By Theresa Sanders My late August Facebook memories are full of posts about eagerly prepping for school and dreaming of the “yellow ball of sunshine” coming down my street (I’ve even written a song about the school bus…..). While every year brings some trepidation about transitioning, support, and scheduling due to my daughters high level of […]
By Marcy White When she was Ontario Patient Ombudsman, Christine Elliott came to my house to meet my son. She advocated repeatedly, but ineffectively, on his behalf when she learned about the frequent nursing errors Jacob experienced at home. We had weekly meetings discussing the status of her efforts. The current Minister of Health, the same […]
Starting next week, every white woman under the age of 25 in 2019, who is a size 2 or under, will have their student loans cancelled by the Government of Ontario. If you’re a man, not white, not slim, or over 25, you’re out of luck. Absurd, isn’t it? Put another way, starting next week, […]
Sunday December 10, 2017 – The Ontario Disability Coalition is releasing this statement today which is the International Day of Human Rights.