Apply for Online Entrepreneurship Courses!
Want to learn more about business? Looking to start your own company or add a certificate in Entrepreneurship and Small Business to your resumé? CNIB offers free courses in entrepreneurship in partnership with the G. Raymond Chang School at Ryerson University. They're online, and they're free!Read more
The Curiosity Club - Toronto
You’re never too old to learn! Expand your horizons in a welcoming, inclusive environment. Each month we’ll explore a new topic: History, geography, science, travel, social trends, etc. From the mysteries of the cell, to the intricacies of the skeleton, this month’s Curiosity Club will explore biology through tactile models and audio description. Come out for a fun conversation.Read more
Bill C-81 is now law!
Bill C-81 is now law! The Accessible Canada Act – created to proactively eliminate barriers and ensure greater opportunities for persons with disabilities – requires all organizations under federal jurisdiction to ensure that public spaces, workplaces, employment program services and information be accessible to everyone.
CNIB’s John Rafferty and Diane Bergeron share their thoughts on the passing of this historic legislation and celebrate the triumphant efforts of the sight loss and disability communities across Canada.
Register for the 2019 Lake Joe season!
At Lake Joe, people living with sight loss and their families can enjoy the same summer pursuits as other Canadians: canoeing, campfires, kayaking, cycling, waterskiing, swimming, sailing and fishing. Plus, there’s skills training, confidence building and support from a community that understands living with sight loss.Register Today!
Find the perfect volunteer opportunity for you!Volunteer
The CNIB Venture Zone is looking for volunteers to assist with a networking event for entrepreneurs in the sight loss community. It will be a classy evening event, so please dress to impress and bring a smile!
Event Team Member Phone It Forward
The Event Team Member is responsible for supporting the development of Phone It Forward Phone Drives in local communities, raising awareness about CNIB and its programs, elevating community profile, advocating for smartphone donations and educating the public on the impact technology has in the hands of individuals impacted by blindness.