75th Anniversary

We will officially launch our 75th Anniversary campaign in March and will be sharing lots of stories of impact – stories that show what it took for people with a disability to be included. We’ll be looking back on how far we’ve come over the past 75 years, and looking forward to 75 more years of belonging. (Read more)

Canadas Disability Inclusion Action Plan

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Canada’s Disability Inclusion Action Plan is a comprehensive, whole-of-government approach to disability inclusion. It embeds disability considerations across our programs while identifying targeted investments in key areas to drive change. It builds on existing programs and measures that have sought to improve the inclusion of persons with disabilities, and establishes new and meaningful actions. (Read more)

NEWS RELEASE – Ontario Invests in Creating More Employment Opportunities for People with Developmental Disabilities

The Government of Ontario has invested $1.4 million to connect 100 people with developmental disabilities to meaningful part-time employment which meets the needs of multiple employers. The investment follows Community Living Toronto and Corbrook Awakening Abilities partnering with the Ontario government to launch a cluster employment model for those with developmental disabilities. (Read more)

MEDIA ADVISORY – Community Living Toronto Hosts Lemonade Stands to Support United Way Campaign                              

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Community Living Toronto locations across the GTA are hosting a “Great Community Lemonade Stand” to raise awareness and funds for The United Way of Greater Toronto. This is also a great opportunity for the people we support to get to know their neighbours after being socially isolated during the pandemic lockdowns. Come by and purchase a refreshing lemonade with proceeds going to The United Way of Greater Toronto. We would also love to say “Hi!” to our neighbours! (Read more)

Introducing our 2022 Annual Report!

This fiscal year was defined by immense change and growth. Community Living Toronto (CLTO)
transformed to be more responsive to the evolving needs of people who have an intellectual disability and is now structured around three
service streams: Supported Living, Community Participation Supports and Respite, and Specialized Supports. (Read more)