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Ability & EnterpriseCCRW Logo2 2
Leading the way for Inclusive Employment

July 15, 2015
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In This Issue:
  • 2015 Scotiabank Charity Challenge!
  • Congratulations DAWN-RAFH Canada on 30 years and going!
  • More About CCRW

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Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon

CCRW is an Official Charity Partner for 2015

Scotiabank marathon logoCCRW is proud to become an official Charity Partner for the 2015 Scotiabank Charity Challenge!

Our team will be participating in the 5K run/walk on October 18! All money raised will go toward supporting CCRW clients and programs across the country. Fundraising will begin shortly!

We are still recruiting CCRW Marathon team members – if you are interested in participating in the run/walk and helping CCRW fundraise, please contact Jennifer Mitchell at for more information.

If you cannot participate, show your love for CCRW and support our team by sponsoring a runner/walker!

slides15_letsgotorontoFor more information go to, and be sure to follow @CCRW of Twitter and Facebook for the latest news and updates! 

Celebrating 30 years of service!

DAWN-RAFH Canada celebrates 30 years of service to women with disabilities and Deaf women

DAWN LogoJune 19, 2015 (Montreal). "Today the DisAbled Women’s Network / Réseau d’action des femmes handicapées (DAWN-RAFH) Canada begins a year of celebrating 30 years of service to Canadian to women with disabilities and Deaf women.

Under the leadership of our President Carmela Hutchison and our Board, and with the energy and vision of our National Executive Director Bonnie Brayton, and Staff, all of whom are women with disabilities, DAWN-RAFH Canada continues to represent the voices of women with disabilities and Deaf women, both nationally and internationally.

DAWN-RAFH Canada will continue to develop tools, resources and curriculum to advance inclusive practice, to lead research, to inform policy and to raise issues that affect women with disabilities and Deaf women in Canada and around the world."

To read the entire press release, please click here.

October is Federal Election Time - Get Ready to Vote!

Ready to voteA federal election will take place this year. Below is some key information on how to get ready to vote.

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• Go to to check, update or complete your voter registration.
• If your registration is up to date, you'll get a voter information card soon after the election is called. It tells you when and where to vote. • Registering in advance makes it easier and faster when you go to vote.
• Encourage others to register too!

Check that you have the right ID
• To vote, you will need to prove your identity and address.
• Check the list of accepted ID so you know what to bring when you go to vote.

Learn about our accessibility services
• Check our Accessibility Policy and Service Offering to find out about the tools and services available to make voting an accessible experience.

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More About CCRW

CCRW offers employment programs for persons with disabilities in 20 cities across Canada.  We also offer a Job Accommodation Service to employers for their employees with disabilities.  For more information on each program please go to our Programs and Services page or contact each program by email below:

Job Accommodation Service
New Brunswick Employment Services
Ontario Workplace Inclusion Program
Partners for Workplace Inclusion Program
Workplace Essential Skills Partnership
Youth the Future

CCRW AODA Consultations--The Job Accommodation Service®
AODA training, policy review and development, accessibility audits and solutions. 
For more information and to book a consultation, contact Nayla Farah, or 1-800-664-0925 x 224 or visit our website at

Call for Article Submissions!

If you have something that would be of interest to our readers, we would be happy to consider it for a future issues of Abilities & Enterprise, please contact Monica at


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