A New Municipal Project

Active Living Alliance is starting a project to develop a municipal guide to promising and best practices for disability inclusion in recreation and physical activity. 

For more information please contact Taryn Barry, ALACD project manager, at taryn.barry@ ala.ca. 

Un projet visant à élaborer un guide municipal sur les pratiques prometteuses et examplaires pour l'inclusion des personnes en situation de handicap dans les loisirs et l'activité physique. 

Pour plus d'informations, veuillez contacter Taryn Barry, gestionnaire de projet AVACH, à taryn.barry@ala.ca. 

English version found here.

Version française trouvée ici

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