Ontario

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What does art feel like? AGO Multisensory Tour - Toronto

The AGO multisensory tours provides an opportunity for visitors who are blind or partially sighted, to experience the richness and diversity of their art collection. Tours evolve, so are not the same each time. Explore the AGO's collection with a highly skilled art gallery educator, trained to provide vivid, detailed verbal description of the works on display, while participants can experience a selection of objects through touch, smell, or sound.
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ReelAbilities Film Festival

Now in our fourth year, ReelAbilities Toronto Film Festival is proud to showcase Canadian and International shorts, features, and documentaries about Deaf and disability cultures and by filmmakers and actors with disabilities and/or who are Deaf.
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Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival: As We See It

Let us show you how blind and partially-sighted people see the world. Join us at the CNIB GTA Community Hub for a unique photography exhibition curated and shot by blind and partially-sighted photographers.
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Muskoka Women's Retreat

Escape the city and spend a weekend at a private cottage in beautiful Muskoka! We're organizing a women's retreat geared towards physically active women. Activities will include running, swimming, hiking, etc.
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Clearing our Path

The CNIB Foundation developed the first edition of Clearing Our Path in 1998 to address the need for information on creating accessible environments for people who are blind.
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Diabetes & Vision Loss - Monthly Teleconference

Join Dr. Tyceer (an Endochronologist from Windsor) for a monthly teleconference about diabetes and vision loss.
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Introduction to adaptive Scuba diving with DiveHeart!

In this extraordinary opportunity, participants are invited to an introduction to Scuba diving with instructors trained by the DiveHeart adaptive SCUBA organization. Hosted by Dive World in Etobicoke, this experience will involve 2-3 hours of class time, combined with 1-2 hours of pool time. For the nominal cost of $25 per person, you’ll receive one-on-one guidance through equipment usage and underwater techniques.
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Fashion forward (for youth) - Mississauga

Learn fashion coordination, makeup and styling needs. For youth who are transitioning into young adulthood.
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Finding Your Centre: Come to Work, Power Session – Toronto

Join us for an interactive group session with Vision Loss Rehabilitation Ontario and CNIB Foundation staff about orientating in your space.
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The Ross C. Purse Doctoral Fellowship

The Ross C. Purse Doctoral Fellowship encourages and supports theoretical and practical research and studies at the doctoral level in the field of vision loss in Canada.