An Invite to You from Ontario’s Niagara Parks Commission
Posted November 21st, 2016 on Niagara At Large
Niagara Falls, Ontario – The Niagara Parks Commission (NPC) has been working diligently to remove barriers faced by people with disabilities and is pleased to present its Annual Progress Report to the public on its Multi-Year Accessibility Plan (2013-2017), on Tuesday, November 29 at 1 p.m.
This Progress Report identifies barriers to information and communication, employment and transportation for people with disabilities and outlines steps NPC has taken in the last year to remove these barriers.
American Sign Language interpretation and closed captioning services will be available that day.
What: Progress Report of NPC’s Multi-Year Accessibility Plan
Where: Legends on the Niagara Clubhouse, 9561 Niagara Parkway, Niagara Falls, Ontario Visitors are encouraged to park their vehicles along the roadway directly across from the Legends Clubhouse.
When: Tuesday, November 29, 2016
Time: 1 p.m.
Who: NPC Chair Janice Thomson will attend and provide welcoming remarks.
NPC is committed to a vision of Ontario’s Niagara Parks as one that Preserves a rich heritage, Conserves natural wonders, and Inspires people world-wide. Founded in 1885, The Niagara Parks Commission is an Operational Enterprise Agency of the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport. Its mission is to protect the natural and cultural heritage along the Niagara River for the enjoyment of visitors while maintaining financial self-sufficiency.
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