Sondage - Travailleuses et travailleurs handicapés en milieu de carrière

Nous recherchons des participants !

Si vous êtes actuellement au milieu de votre carrière et que vous êtes en situation de handicap, vous êtes invité.e à répondre à ce sondage. Vos opinions sont importantes ! Cela fait partie de notre projet intitulé : « Soutien aux travailleuses et travailleurs handicapés en milieu de carrière par le biais de ressources en développement communautaire, en éducation et en avancement professionnel. »

Mid-Career Workers with Disabilities Survey

We are Seeking Participants!

If you’re in the middle of your working career and have a disability, you’re invited to complete this survey. Your views are very important!  This survey is a part of our project entitled, “Supporting mid-career workers with disabilities through community building, education and career-progression resources”. Participation in this survey is voluntary and it will take about 15 minutes. There is a consent form for the survey.

Gathering Momentum for An Inclusive Workplace

On June 1, 2021, the Council of Canadians with Disabilities co-hosted and participated in a roundtable discussion on "The Role of Innovative Technologies in Recruiting and Increasing Retention of Employees with Disabilities" with Facebook and Inclusion Canada. The event featured a keynote address by the Hon.

The Wait Continues for a National Disability Benefit, CCD States after Release of Budget 2021

April 20, 2021 - The Government of Canada did not forget people with disabilities in Budget 2021, including measures to improve our socio-economic position.  The Council of Canadians with Disabilities (CCD) notes some of its longstanding recommendations were addressed. 

CCD Disappointed by House of Commons Yes Vote on Bill C-7 (Medical Aid in Dying)

March 12, 2021 | For Immediate Distribution

Yesterday, while the Federal Government was noting the 11th anniversary of Canada’s signing of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, the House of Commons passed Bill C-7 thereby making Medical Aid in Dying (MAID) available to healthy people with disabilities.  In contrast, other Canadians are offered suicide prevention.

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