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31 DEAM Days

Disability Employment Awareness Month? Why Does Hiring people with Disabilities Even Matter? Sean McEwen October is Disability Employment Awareness Month (DEAM) right across Canada and the U.S. but how important is Employment Inclusion? While...

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Tapping into Generation A & Reaping Real Financial Returns

Tapping into Generation A & Reaping Real Financial Returns By Garth Johnson and Amy El-Sayed Very few businesses in Canada have realized we have an amazingly profitable and yet untapped resource in this country....

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Three Documentaries

I am writing to let you know that I have completed two documentaries and one series on inclusive hiring for people with intellectual disabilities in Alberta and British Columbia and these will be airing...

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Employment First or Employment When?

Employment Inclusion for people with disabilities has become a significant consideration in the pursuit of greater quality of life and citizenship. Over the past several years, employment participation has received much attention from policy...

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Why Does NDEAM Matter?

Imagine there was an annual, month-long event which recognized and promoted employment inclusion for people with disabilities. What a perfect opportunity for service providers and inclusive employers to promote their successes in creating and...

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Barriers to Employment Inclusion in Rural Canada

Although much of Canada’s economy relies on natural resources found in rural settings, poverty and barriers to employment inclusion for people living in rural communities are a growing issue. Where marginalized populations are concerned...

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Pourquoi devrais-je embaucher une personne handicapée?

Nous sommes nombreux à avoir entendu parler de cette question – et plusieurs d’entre nous avons instantanément réagi de manière émotive et avons bafouillé, pour finalement ne pas réussir à tirer profit d’une bonne...

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MentorAbility

« MentorAbility » est un programme national de l’Association canadienne de soutien à l’emploi (ACSE) qui vise à aider les entreprises canadiennes à recruter et à embaucher de manière efficace de nouveaux employés handicapés...

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Le crédit d'impôt pour personnes handicapées | Le crédit d'impôt pour personnes handicapées (CIPH) est un crédit d'impôt non remboursable qui aide les personnes handicapées et leurs aidants à réduire l'impôt sur le revenu qu'ils pourraient avoir à payer. Pour en savoir plus, allez à http://www.arc.gc.ca/ciph.

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