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ODA Committee Update
dated Sept. 15, 2003
Posted Sept 18, 2003


Announcing Sunday, Sept. 21, 2003 All-Candidates Debate On Disability Issues Including The ODA For Niagara / St. Catharines Ridings

September 15, 2003


Below is an announcement about another Ontario election All Candidates Debate on disability issues including the need to strengthen the weak ODA. This one will be held on Sunday, September 21, 2003, and involves ridings in the Niagara/St. Catharines area.

Come to this event. Bring friends. Encourage anyone you know in the region to attend. Circulate this announcement far and wide.

We thank the MS Society for organizing this event. We encourage you to get a disability organization or other community organization in your community to organize similar event in your community.



Public Forum On Disability Issues

On Sunday September 21, 2003, the Niagara Peninsula Chapter of Hope of the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada is hosting a public forum on disability issues.

David Lepofsky, volunteer Chair of the non-partisan Ontarians with Disabilities Act Committee, will be our keynote speaker. All candidates running in the Niagara area will be invited. Please plan on coming, and bring your questions about the ODA and disability issues.

Where: Port Dalhousie Lions Club Hall, 201 Main Street, St. Catharines

When: Sunday, September 21, 2003, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Candidates running in the upcoming provincial election in the four Niagara area ridings have been invited to attend and be ready to answer questions from the public.

American Sign Language interpretation provided.

Barrier-free access for people using wheelchairs, scooters and walkers.

PLEASE circulate this notice far and wide.

Everyone is invited!


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