OFCP eBulletin # 50
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Nicholas Milojevic Walk ‘N’ Roll-A-Thon

Please join us for the Sixth Annual Nicholas Milojevic Walk 'N' Roll A-Thon Saturday, September 11, 2021. This event starts at 10 a.m. 

Purchase tickets and/or make a donation with the form on the left (or below if your on a mobile device) OR follow this link to the registration form (same form as here but in a new window):

OFCP Releases French Version of Digital Brochure

The OFCP has created a French language version of our digital brochure, which we hope will be of use to people with CP, their friends, family and caregivers.

To view or download the digital brochure click here.

Vehicle Modification Series

Building on 18 years of experience with vehicle modification events across the province, Spinal Cord Injury Ontario is excited to be hosting “On the Road Again” – their first virtual, Canada-wide Vehicle Modification Show.

This comprehensive online event will provide content that will be relevant to the entire disability community across Canada. You will be able to view a variety of modified vehicles and ask questions to help you find the right vehicle to fit your needs and interests. Both vendors and vehicle owners will be there to showcase the possibilities in vehicle modifications and share their expertise and lived experience. The event will also include vital information about all that it takes to get back “on the road again” – from assessment to driver rehabilitation. Whether you have a new disability, been driving accessible vehicles for 30 years, or are just a passenger, “On the Road Again” will be an event not to be missed. 

For more information and to register follow the link below.

Federal jobs for People With Disabilities 

The Government of Canada strives to be representative of the population it serves in all its diversity, and is committed to hiring over 5 000 people with disabilities by 2025 in a variety of fields across the federal public service. Postings are now up for 150 Policy and Data Analyst Positions - Careers for Persons with Disabilities (

By submitting an application, you’re applying to an inventory for future positions, rather than a specific job. As positions become available, applicants who meet the qualifications may be contacted for further assessment.

Discover how the Government of Canada Policy and Data Career Opportunities contribute to enhancing legislative frameworks, programs and services that matter to Canadians! Register for our information session by contacting us at

2021 CP-NET Science and Family Day

Discover the latest research and innovation on Cerebral Palsy (CP), learn from presentations of internationally renowned scientists and those with lived experience, and connect with the CP community.

Taking place Saturday, October 23, 2021 online via Zoom. Save the date!

Visit the CP-NET Facebook page for the latest updates. They will post the registration details soon, stay tuned!

Bright Futures Summer Webinar Series

Bright Futures has soared their Summer Webinar Series. These webinars are open to everyone, and you can view upcoming events by falling the link below. All details and registration information can be found on the website.

United Way Responds To Ongoing Social Needs Amplified by Pandemic

Last week, United Way East Ontario invested in 39 programs across Ottawa, Prescott-Russell, Lanark County and Renfrew County to respond to the ongoing needs in our communities exacerbated and amplified by the pandemic.   

As optimism grows with vaccinations and economic reopening plans, United Way recognizes that the social challenges of COVID-19 have not gone away, and many people are still struggling. The $2 million investment will:   

  • provide basic needs like food and PPE;  
  • support isolated seniors and their caregivers;   
  • strengthen mental health supports;  
  • address learning loss among vulnerable children and youth;  
  • empower community services to continue their frontline work; and  
  • build a more equitable recovery from the pandemic.
For more information click here.
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