October 25-26, 2011
Appel Salon, Toronto Reference Library, 789 Yonge Street
Roadmap: 2030 will showcase innovative ideas and practices from government, political parties and community organizations in engaging visible minority, Aboriginal and disability communities. The goal? To build more responsive policy and programs and active citizens.
Here's a preview of our schedule:
- Accessibility and an Aging Population
- The Boom Effect, with speakers Laurie Letheren (Staff Lawyer, ARCH), John Rae (Disability Rights Activist), Gerard Kennedy (Former Member of Parliament) and others.
- Building an Accessible Ontario with speakers Dr. Marie Bountrogianni (Former Ontario Cabinet Minister), James Sanders (Chair, Accessibility Standards Advisory Council), Heidi Penning (Equity Advisory, Queen's University), Ellen Waxman (Asst. Deputy Minister, Ontario Ministry of Community & Social Services) and Ingo Klug (Manager of AODA, Bank of Montreal). Moderated by Lorin MacDonald (Member, Accessibility Standards Advisory Council)
More information can be viewed on our website. Our full schedule will be released later this month
Early bird tickets are still available; register now for only $299 for a two-day pass.
Grassroots community organizations can register for a limited number of subsidized passes - only $100 for both days.
For more information, please visit http://www.roadmap2030.com.