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‘I’m not sitting down’: Huntsville’s Rex Malloy takes COVID-19 one step at a time

Rex Malloy (left), a Huntsville resident and advocate for people with developmental disabilities, and Kaitlyn Sword, a Direct Support Professional with Community Living Huntsville’s Supported Independent Living team, enjoy a walk to a public Huntsville park in September. Photo by Community Living Huntsville. What has Rex Malloy been doing to keep busy during the COVID-19 […]

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Save the Date! 2021 Annual General Meeting

Everyone welcome! Community Living Huntsville hosts its 2021 Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, October 19, from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM. Join this virtual meeting online through Zoom. For more information, and to reserve your spot, contact Lisa Du-Perre at 705-789-4543, ext. 269 or Lisa.Du-Perre@clhuntsville.ca. Inspiring Possibilities since 1962.

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Become a Community Living Huntsville Board Member in 2021!

Join our board! Community Living Huntsville’s volunteer board members champion inclusiveness for people with developmental disabilities to live work and play in unique and purposeful ways in North Muskoka. If you’re looking to make a difference, make it with Community Living Huntsville. Contact clh@clhuntsville.ca or 705-789-4543 for an application package today. Applications are preferred by […]

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Pre-Order Your ‘Inclusion is Elemental’ T-Shirts

The newest Community Living Huntsville T-shirt, which reads “Inclusion Is Elemental” using periodic table symbols, is now available to pre-order. Shirts are cotton. Cost is $25 each. Women’s sizes, available in S-2XL, are semi-fitted with cap sleeves. Men’s sizes, available in S-5XL, are classic fit. Curbside pickup is anticipated in late October. Funds raised will […]

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How you can help Community Living Huntsville get new wheels to ‘Rev Up Independence’

Jennifer Jerrett, community engagement specialist for Community Living Huntsville, says an oversized and finicky wheelchair-accessible van, while vital for people supported by the not-for-profit organization, needs to be replaced with a more reliable, and more discreet, vehicle. Photo by Community Living Huntsville.   A vital but problematic van has nearly reached the end of its […]

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Artists for Inclusion raises $6K for Community Living Huntsville’s Pathways program

NORTH MUSKOKA – As an online art auction closed for bids, it opened doors for inclusion in North Muskoka. Jennifer Jerrett, community engagement specialist for Community Living Huntsville, called the not-for-profit organization’s first Artists for Inclusion auction “a huge success.” The virtual event raised roughly $6,000 for the organization’s innovative Pathways program in June 2021. […]

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Community Living Huntsville partners with Fleming College for employment service

NORTH MUSKOKA – Community Living Huntsville has a new service to offer after being named one of the Fleming College Muskoka-Kawarthas Service System Manager (SSM) Employment Service Providers for North Muskoka, as part of provincial efforts to streamline employment services in Ontario. “Community Living Huntsville promotes inclusion and diversity throughout our community, and we have […]

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Have Your Say on Canada’s Disability Inclusion Action Plan

The Government of Canada wants to hear from you on how to improve the lives of Canadians with disabilities. Your input will help shape the government’s future Disability Inclusion Action Plan. The plan, according to the federal government, will focus on: reducing poverty among Canadians with disabilities getting more persons with disabilities into good quality […]

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A Night of Inspiration at 2021 RE:Action4Inclusion Gala

What an inspirational night! Community Living Ontario, Re:Action4Inclusion and The Beanstalk Project hosted a gala evening online June 10, 2021, to celebrate and honour youth leaders who have made a positive impact in their communities over the last year. It was a fun and meaningful celebration of youth and their inspiring change projects. Joel Hilchey […]

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‘I believe in what Community Living does’: Huntsville’s Marike MacDonald offers 2 paintings for bid in Artists for Inclusion auction

NORTH MUSKOKA – Huntsville artist Marike MacDonald is often inspired by hope – and she has donated some to Community Living Huntsville’s Artists for Inclusion. “Each year I decided to donate to a worthy cause, and I believe in what Community Living does,” says MacDonald, a visual artist who works in acrylic or oil on […]

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