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12/03/2016 International Day of Persons with Disabilities Downtown Free

You are cordially invited to come to this year's International Day of Persons with Disabilities event focused on employment. Elected representatives from all three levels of government are invited to come and speak on government employment initiatives, as well as persons with disabilities to share their employment success stories. Employment agencies are also invited to come and network with job seekers. Program: 2 – 2:10 Welcome 2:10 – 2:40 Government Speeches 2:40 – 3:10 Panel Presentation: Employment success stories from diverse disability groups 3:10 – 3:40 Question and Answer Period 3:40 – 4:20 Networking with Employment Agencies Refreshments, attendant care and ASL will be provided.
by via City of Toronto All Events

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