Together, as a community, we did it!
Thank you to all who spread the word regarding our all-party questionnaire to the candidates of the August 1st by-elections.
With the ballots counted, you can read the responses of the newly-elected Members of Provincial Parliament below:
This is from the Accessibility of Ontarians with Disabilities Act Alliance:
AODA Alliance Makes Public the Disability Accessibility Commitments of Ontario By-election Candidates: NDP Makes All Commitments We Seek – Liberals Make None of them – Conservatives Don’t Answer
July 29, 2013
Below are the responses to the questionnaire we sent candidates for the by-elections on August 1st for the following ridings. Responses sent after July 22nd are posted as they are received.
Where there is no response listed for a particular party and/or candidate in a riding, that candidate's campaign did not reply.
On August 1st, voters of the following ridings will elect new Members of Provincial Parliament:
- London West
- Ottawa South
The Ontario Spinal Cord Injury Solutions Alliance has asked candidates of the Ontario Liberal Party, the Ontario Progressive Conservatives, Ontario's New Democrats and the Green Party of Ontario the following questions:
Dear SCI Ontario supporter -
Thank you for your support of our campaign, Support Independent Living - Support Community Outreach Attendant Services!
As a result of your emails to the Premier, sharing our message on social media, and speaking with family and friends, we are pleased to report that of the $185 million pledged for Community Care Access Centres, seniors and people with complex health conditions will have access to these resources.
But there is more to do.
Provincial budgets matter because they determine how our tax dollars are allocated - and what the priorities are of the government of the day.
SCI Ontario has analyzed the provincial budget and its potential impact on Ontarians with SCI.