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Orphan Disease Expo

The Orphan Disease Expo will take place at the Grande place of the Complexe Desjardins on February 21st from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Several exhibitors from rare diseases associations as well as the research sector will allow the public to raise awareness and learn about rare diseases. Pierre Lavoie, the leader speaker from the […]

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Salon de l’autisme TSA du Québec (Autism Quebec Exhibit)

From March 31st to April 1st, 2017, the Salon de l’autisme TSA du Québec (Autism Quebec Exhibit) will take place. Over 70 exhibitors and 20 speakers will be there to inform people about autism at Centre de congrès et d’expositions of Lévis. Salon’s mission The Salon de l’autisme TSA du Québec is an annual public […]

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Baie-Comeau Baskethon, a good initiative!

The 22nd edition of Baie-Comeaus’ Baskethon was held last weekend. Dozens of people experienced playing adaptive basketball (wheelchair) for the first time.  Annual fundraising event, the Baskethon aims to raise public awarness about difficulties faced by people with disabilities. OnRoule congratulates organizers for the initiative. Learn more about the event with Radio-Canada article (French). Source: Marlène Joseph-Blais, Radio-Canada, […]

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Feature: Autism and sport

Source : Diane Sauvé, Radio-Canada, décembre 2016 In December 2016, Diane Sauvé, a journalist at Radio-Canada, published a story on three autistic children/teenagers who have developed themselves by sport. This opportunity allows us to learn more on the reality these children and their parents overcome. (In French only) Portrait 1 : Raphaël et le hockey « Il y a […]

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Habitations Rêvanous : make affortable 79 housing

Sources : communiqué officiel et site web Rêvanous Les Habitations Rêvanous, a new 6-storey building in Ahuntsic-Cartierville, is dedicated to “promoting access to low-cost housing for adults living with a diagnosis of mild intellectual disability. “ The concept is innovative because adults with a mild disability will cohabit with autonomous seniors and individuals with reduced […]

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PR@M-Artères en chantier on the Laurier West avenue

Source : communiqué de presse de la Ville de Montréal On November 23rd 2016, the city of Montreal had annouced Laurier West between boulevard St-Laurent and Cote Sainte-Catherine road can profit of the program  «  PR@M-Artères en chantier » to help the businesses. This program will, among other things, revitalize underground infrastructures, make surface works and […]

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#JeFaisMtl: OnRoule listed as a project!

On November 17th, OnRoule became listed as a new project of “Je fais Montréal”. The new project have been chosen because they are “innovative and/or surprising, they will have a positive impact on the social and economic development of Montreal, they are collaborative and they are base on credible funding.” What is “Je fais Montréal” ? […]

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OnRoule.org mobile app coming Spring 2017

OnRoule Mobile App is coming soon! Although OnRoule is making its way to its 5th anniversary, our team is working on the development of the first ever mobile application OnRoule.org. The app will allow users to find accessible location nearby, to have access to information on activities and events, to create activities, invite friends and […]

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Catherine Blanchette-Dallaire Finalist at the Coopérathon 2016

Montreal, November 3rd 2016 – Catherine Blanchette-Dallaire took part at the semi-final Coopérathon 2016, which was held on October 30th. We are proud to announce that Catherine, the Founder of OnRoule.org has been selected. She is now a finalist in the “Montreal, Smart and Digital City” category for her project Sésame, ouvre-toi. The final will […]

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Access4All: Obtain upto $30 000 for your project (RHF)

Rick Hansen Foundation Access4All Canada 150 Signature Initiative To celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday and the 30th anniversary of the Rick Hansen Man In Motion World Tour, the Rick Hansen Foundation has launched its Access4All Canada 150 Signature Initiative to inspire and empower youth and community leaders across the country to create a more inclusive and […]

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Hire for Talent: Disabled individual employment opportunity

A new employment national access program for individuals with disabilities has been created in Campbellton, New Bunswick. Hire for Talent is designed for small businesses in rural areas to encourage them to hire people with disabilities. It’s a great initiative and we also would like to recognize the many other similar work of Quebec organizations: : OMETZ, […]

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12 new adapted apartments in Sherbrooke

On October 17, a new residential complex has opened in Sherbrooke. This apartment consists of 12 adapted apartments for young adults with physical or intellectual disabilities. Read more on Radio-Canada’s article published on October 18 2016. (Only available in French)   (Sherbrooke) Un nouveau complexe résidentiel de 12 logements locatifs abordables destinés à de jeunes […]

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Catherine Blanchette-Dallaire featured in Châtelaine magazine

We are very proud of our founder Catherine Blanchette-Dallaire’s nomination in the article Des femmes inspirantes in the November edition of Châtelaine magazine. In 2015, Catherine was a finalist to the Prix des femmes d’affaires du Québec. Congratulations to Dre Joanne Liu, Safia Nolin, Anne Émond, Brenda Plant, Christine Renaud, Mariana Mazza, Victoria Kaspi, Michèle […]

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Accessible job offer (Project manager – Awareness) – AQEIPS

Summer job offer: project manager Description We are looking for a project manager to create an awareness-raising campaign geared towards the post-secondary community about the issue of mental health. The goal would be to favour success for students living with a mental illness. This offer is available in the context of the Canada Summer Jobs […]

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Accessible job offer (Project Manager) – AQEIPS

Summer job offer: project manager Description We are looking for a project manager to do a situational analysis on the transition between school/adult life/professional life for students with disabilities at the post-secondary level. This offer is available in the context of the Canada Summer Jobs Program. (See the eligibility criteria below.)   About the organization […]

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Vues et Voix is looking for culture lovers living with a disability for a radio show

Looking for culture lovers living with a disability You frequently hand out at museums, theaters, cinemas of music concerts? You would be interested in participating to a radio show to speak about obstacles and good practices? Vues et Voix is looking for participants to a special radio show on culture in people with disability’s community […]

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Results of an international study on personnal mobility devices

  International stutdy – Personnal mobility devices The following text is in French. You can download the English official repport by clicking here. Bonjour, Il y a un peu plus d’un an, nous distribuions un questionnaire sur l’usage des aides à la mobilité motorisées (AMM). Merci à celles et ceux qui ont participé ! Pour votre […]

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Do you know about the SDAESH of Université de Montréal?

Université de Montréal’s Services documentaires adaptés aux étudiants en situation de handicap de l’Université de Montréal (SDAESH), an assistive documentation service for disabled persons at UdeM, has as a goal to make documents physically and intellectually accessible as quickly as possible. Specialize assistive technology is made available to both students and staff to facilitate the conversion of […]

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