Disability services strike continues despite talks with union
CALGARY — In an hourlong session Tuesday with the Alberta Nurses Association and the Alberta Food Bank, government and바카라사이트 industry officials outlined a series of proposed changes that will help protect the province’s disabled community.
In response to a request by the ANA and the Food Bank, Public Services and Procurement Minister Sandra Duncan offered a short, 40-page proposal to help reduce and control costs.
The proposal is far less ambitious than the two-step plan she proposed last July, but it provides the government with the mandate to address a number of barriers to access to and use of services.
Among them is a lack of information about services provided in the province. The new plan would make public information more accessible for those who are blind, visually impaired, disabled, and those who struggle with the더킹카지노ir disabilities.
«I think you’re going to see a little bit more in coming days,» Duncan told members of the Alberta Nurses Association.
With a 우리카지노report from CTV Calgary’s Rachel Kaldas