Sault Ste. Marie
November 14, 2000
NDP Disability Critic Tony Martin invites the people of Sault Ste. Marie to
join him in the growing call for a meaningful Ontarians with Disabilities
Martin will host an event at his Sault Ste. Marie constituency office on
Wednesday, November 15 to coincide with a Toronto event at Queen's Park
organized by Ontarians With Disabilities Act Committee.
"Let's continue to be part of the growing movement to tear down barriers to
the disabled in this province," Martin says.
The Sault Ste. Marie event will begin at 3 p.m. at Martin's constituency
office, 180 Bay Street (Quality Inn).
The decision to host an event Wednesday in the Sault resulted from a meeting
Martin had with local advocates for an ODA during constituency week.
Wednesday's event will be one of many future actions planned to speak out in
favour of a strong and meaningful ODA.
Premier Mike Harris promised to bring in an ODA five years ago, but so far
that promise remains broken.
The ODA Committee will be holding an event at Queen's Park Wednesday,
November 15 from 3-5:30 p.m. to highlight the growing demand for an ODA and
to call on the Conservative government to stop resisting the need to tear
down barriers in Ontario.
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