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Please see our latest issue of ParaTracks for our latest news.

Banner Image_ What does the Canada you want to live in look like_


If you ever wished you could tell the government about the barriers we face and how we would remove them, now is your chance!


The Canadian Paraplegic Association (Manitoba) Inc. is inviting you to participate in a consultation to create recommendations for Canada's Minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities, in order to make Canada one of the most accessible and inclusive countries in the world. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has directed The Honourable Minister Carla Qualtrough to introduce new federal accessibility legislation to lead this substantial change in Canada. You can participate in the following ways:

Group Discussion (see below)

  Online Survey


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Canadian Access & Inclusion Project


CPA Manitoba is hosting this consultation so that you can offer insights and solutions on the creation of new federal accessibility legislation. CPA Manitoba has joined with 28 other not-for-profit organizations to form the Canadian Access and Inclusion Project (CAIP). Our purpose is to listen to Canadians with disabilities to learn more about barriers and solutions, and together, present recommendations directly to the Honourable Minister Qualtrough.      #AccessibleCanada


So, it all comes back to you. What does the Canada you want to live in look like? We want you to tell us! 


Group/In Person Consultation

Winnipeg – January 24, 2017   

5:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Please RSVP no later than January 19, 2017 to or 204-786-4753 ext 222.  (Please note that we are limited to a maximum number of participants for the Group/In-Person Consultation.)








Do you have spinal cord injury?

Has spinal cord injury restricted your participation in physical activities during your leisure time?

What are the factors that restrict your participation?





I am looking for volunteers with Spinal Cord Injury (wheelchair as primary mode of mobility) to complete an online survey to explore the association of leisure time physical activities and mental health. You can complete the survey at

or contact Amita Goyal to request a paper copy of the survey.



For any further information please contact Amita Goyal at or call at 709-986-5135.

Memorial University of Newfoundland & Labrador. School of Human Kinetics and Recreation


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