FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CHS invites you to show your support of accessible TV broadcasting.
Toronto, ON (Jan 28, 2011) The Access 2020 Coalition, of which The Canadian Hearing Society (CHS) is a member, is appearing before the CRTC on Wednesday, February 2, at 11:45 a.m.
CHS Supports New Bill for Fair Access to the Disability Tax Credit
Toronto, ON (Oct 4, 2010) - The Canadian Hearing Society (CHS) supports recommended changes to the Disability Tax Credit (DTC) in a proposed private members bill to better capture hearing disabilities.
Toronto, ON (Oct 4, 2010) The Canadian Hearing Society (CHS) supports the national campaign to improve early diagnosis and identification of hearing loss as proposed by the Canadian Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologist (CASLPA).
Toronto, ON (Oct 4, 2010) - The Canadian Hearing Society (CHS) is pleased to announce that Rex Banks, CHS Chief Audiologist, has been elected President of the Canadian Academy of Audiology (CAA). Rex has been a board member with CAA for two years, has been with CHS for nine years, and currently leads a team of 17 audiologists at CHS.
- The Canadian Hearing Society: Transition in Leadership
- OTF Funds Sign Language Web Initiative
- CHS calls for Government funding for visual alarms and emergency notification systems
- CHS releases position paper on discrimination and audism
- CHS hosts launch of the Ontario Human Rights Commission new sign language video
- First-ever accessible all candidates meetings to be hosted in 3 Ontario ridings
- CHS announces details of new strategic plan
- "Humble" Howard Glassman named CHS Deaf for a Day 2007 Provincial Chair
- Ontario Government introduces stronger noise regulations in the industrial workplace
- Federal Court of Canada requires better access to government agencies and the democratic process for