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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!

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Events

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Technology Workshop: Getting Familiar with Netflix using VoiceOver - London

Netflix is the world’s first stop for entertainment! With a great visual interface, we will focus on how well it works with accessibility features on iOS devices.

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Stories

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Travis's battle

At two years old, an E.coli infection almost took Travis's life and stole his sight.

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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.

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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.

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Volunteer Opportunities

Children's Day Program Assistant - Ontario West

Change what it means to be blind by helping children with sight loss meet new friends and gain self-confidence while enjoying interactive social and recreational activities. Provide community-based support: help to plan, implement and supervise the children’s day program.

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Peer Support Facilitator

Make a difference for people who are blind or partially sighted by facilitating peer group meetings in your community.

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