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President & Chief Executive Officer - Search Announcement

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Be the Change and Join the CNIB Lake Joe Advisory Board

The CNIB Lake Joe Advisory Board supports CNIB’s mission and strategic plan, The Way Forward, providing leadership advice and support to management to ensure that CNIB Lake Joe delivers innovative programs and powerful advocacy. Applications close March 29, 2024.
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TTC CNIB Transit Pass Update – 2024

The TTC has extended the expiration date for TTC CNIB cards used by eligible CNIB clients when travelling on the system. TTC CNIB cards that were set to expire on January 31, 2024, will now expire on January 31, 2025. This means that your card is now valid for another year. To activate the new expiration date, simply tap your TTC CNIB card on a PRESTO card reader on a fare gate, bus, streetcar or Wheel-Trans vehicle anytime between January 22, 2024 and April 20, 2024.
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We Appear to Have an Attitude Problem: More Must Be Done to Support Canadians Who Are Blind

How empathy and understanding break down barriers
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Ushering in a New Era at CNIB

Search for New President and CEO Begins as John M. Rafferty Makes Decision to Move On
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Say #SnoWay and advocate for better snow removal in your region!

As snow begins to blanket our streets and sidewalks, CNIB is launching a snow removal advocacy campaign to educate municipalities and the public about the environmental barriers snow and ice-covered sidewalks create for our community and to remind municipalities, businesses, snow removal contractors, and homeowners about their responsibility to clear snow and ice from paths of travel.
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CNIB Access Labs: Championing Accessibility Solutions for a More Inclusive Canada

CNIB, a non-profit organization driven to change what it is to be blind today, is thrilled to announce the launch of CNIB Access Labs, formerly CNIB Frontier Accessibility.
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In Memory of Arthur Britton “Brit” Smith (1920–2023)

The CNIB community is mourning the loss of long-time donor and champion Arthur Britton “Brit” Smith, who passed away on October 28, 2023, at the age of 103. We extend our deepest condolences to his large network of family and friends.
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CNIB Creates A New Way Forward With 2023-2028 Strategic Plan

Toronto, ON October 12, 2023 – CNIB, Canada's largest non-profit supporting people who are blind, has announced the launch of its new 2023-2028 strategic plan, The Way Forward, developed to dismantle barriers and deliver limitless opportunities to all Canadians – today, tomorrow and together.
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CNIB to receive funding from the Government of Canada to retrofit Lake Joe

CNIB is pleased to announce a federal investment of more than $2.3 million to support retrofits to a number of buildings at the CNIB Lake Joe camp in MacTier, Ontario.