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Low income families can request a reduction on electricity bills through the 'Ontario Energy Board'. To apply or learn more, here is the link to apply for this subsidy:

Starting Mon., Dec. 9, the Route 1 Montreal St stop on Drennan (north side) @ Wilson will be relocated from the current inaccessible stop east of Wilson to the new accessible pad west of Wilson. Buses will no longer service the inaccessible stop east of Wilson as of this date.

A new @ICESOntario study led by @HilaryKBrown debunks the myth that women with disabilities aren't likely to become pregnant, calling for reproductive health care that addresses their diverse needs #InternationalDayofPersonsWithDisability #IDPD2019 #IDPD

December 12th! Mark your calendars....

What a great way to celebrate #InternationalMensDay2019 !!! join us later @bostonpizza and 10% of sales will go towards @unitedwaykfla on behalf of Independent Living Centre Kingston - your 'one-stop-shop' for people with physical disabilities.


Independent Living Centre Kingston
Independent Living Centre Kingston
Breaking News! 📣

The deadline to apply for the Disability Tax Credit (DTC), and determine eligibility for the one-time payment to persons with disabilities, has been extended to December 31, 2020.

This extension will ensure that more Canadians with disabilities have access to the one-time payment, which will help with additional expenses incurred during COVID-19.

Also, being eligible for the DTC can help one access other federal, provincial, or territorial programs such as the Registered Disability Savings Plan, the Canada Workers Benefit, and the Child Disability Benefit.

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