Election day in Ontario is June 7, 2018

Thank you

Our great thanks to the SCI community for making noise in this election campaign about accessibility in this province. I know how much effort went into raising awareness with candidates about the importance of these issues, and it had impact.

In the next coming weeks, we will be congratulating all elected MPPs, monitoring who will form cabinet and lead ministries. Stay connected with http://yourmoveontario.ca/ as we will be preparing new ways on how our community can continue to engage with this new government.

Check out some of our campaign results.

Peter Athanasopoulos
Senior Manager, Government Relations & Public Policy
Spinal Cord Injury Ontario

Spinal Cord Injury Ontario is part of a network of autonomous spinal cord injury organizations across the country that grew out of the Canadian Paraplegic Association, founded in 1945 and renamed Spinal Cord Injury Canada.

You are in a powerful position to inspire important change in this province. Leading up to Election Day, you can highlight critical issues and encourage candidates to weigh in on what matters to us all – an equitable and accessible province. And we're here to help.

Spinal Cord Injury Ontario (SCIO) has led the way to profound change for more than 70 years and is still fiercely committed to our vision: People with spinal cord injuries living the life they choose in a fully inclusive Ontario.

We've sent a questionnaire to all candidates and are starting to get responses.
Take a look at the four urgent issues we're spearheading and how you can help change things for the better: