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Gift of RRSPs or RRIFs FAQs

Find answers to frequently asked questions about gifts of RRSPs or RRIFs.
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Your Eye Care Team

Learn more about the key players on your eye care team.
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First Aid for Injuries

Getting the right treatment fast can help prevent sight loss. Learn more about first aid for eye injuries.
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Eye Safety

It’s not just workplace injuries that case eye injuries. In fact, more than two thirds occur outside of a work setting. Learn more about eye safety.
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Eye Health

Learn more on how you can keep your eyes healthy.
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Age-Related Macular Degeneration

Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the most common cause of sight loss among Canadians over 50. Learn more about AMD.
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Your CNIB card gives you benefits like discounts and services from governments, businesses, and community partners.
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Workplace Accommodations

Creating an accessible workplace is easy and will have a positive impact on your entire workforce. Learn how technology can help you accommodate blind or partially sighted employees.
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Guiding Someone

How to be a sighted guide for a person who’s blind.
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Blindness Etiquette

Untie your tongue and make positive, respectful connections.