The Government plans to pass an accessibility act to make Canada more inclusive and, until March 2017, it will be consulting Canadians about the legislation through a survey and in-person consultations.
Enabling parent access to information: developing a database of disability supports for CUPW/UPCE-PSAC members.
CUPW proposes to improve parent access to disability information by developing a database of disability specific resources, programs and services. In order to determine the viability of a database project, CUPW conducted an Investigative Phase to examine the current state of lists and databases of disability supports across Canada and to learn about the disability support information needs of members in the Special Needs and Moving On Projects.
Please follow the link to learn more. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ON THE INVESTIGATIVE PHASE
We list the service enhancements and major changes below, including announced income tax changes that were not law. If they become law as proposed, they will be effective for 2016 or as of the dates given.
Line 398 – Home accessibility expenses
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- Do you have an eligible dwelling?
- What renovations or expenses are eligible and ineligible?
- Completing your tax return
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