This discussion is centred around the issues facing people with developmental disabilities and their families in Waterloo Region. It will provide an opportunity for members and organizations involved in the developmental services sector to hear learn about the policies offered by local politicians and their parties over the next four years.
Care has been taken to ensure this is not a debate. The panel of participants represent the four major parties in the 5 Waterloo Region constituencies with no candidate running against each other in the upcoming election.
CATHERINE FIFE, MPP Candidate
Ontario New Democratic Party ~ Waterloo
KATHRYN MCGARRY, MPP Candidate
Ontario Liberal Party ~ Cambridge
DAIENE VERNILE, MPP Candidate
Ontario Liberal Party ~ Kitchener Centre
BOB JONKMAN, Candidate
Green Party of Ontario ~ Kitchener—Conestoga
AMY FEE, Candidate
Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario ~ Kitchener South—Hespeler
The audience will be individuals with an interest in the Developmental Sector, primarily family, self-advocates and persons supported by the Sector and people volunteering or working in the Sector or related Sectors. The purpose of the evening is for candidates to outline their Parties Platform related to the Developmental Sector and to speak to the issues related to the Sector.
This event is being jointly hosted by:
- Bridges to Belonging
- Aldaview Services/Tri-County Mennonite Homes
- Christian Horizons
- Elmira District Community Living
- KW Habilitation
- Sunbeam Centre
- Community Living Cambridge
- Extend-A-Family Waterloo Region
- Parents for Community Living
- Waterloo Region Family Network
If possible, the organizers would appreciate an RSVP indicating the number of people who will attend:
by email firstname.lastname@example.org, or
by phone 519-886-9150;ext=1
Thu, 26 April 2018, 6:30pm – 9:00pm
Holiday Inn Kitchener Waterloo
30 Fairway Rd S, Kitchener
ON N2A 2N2, Canada (map)
Come out to support Bob Jonkman, Kitchener–Conestoga’s 2018 GPO candidate in this pre-election Panel Discussion.
[Republished from the WRGreens Blog]