Montreal’s Adaptech Research Network consists of a team of academics, students and consumers. We conduct research involving college and university students with a variety of disabilities in Canada. We are based at Dawson College in Montreal and have been in existence since 1996.View full article for Adaptech Research Network
Welcome to Independent Living – Montreal website. We are a bilingual non-profit charitable organization managed by and for people with all types of disabilities. Our objective is to promote independence and inclusion by offering opportunities for self-development, skill acquisition, and access to information in both English and French.
The Yellow Door Choir is renowned for its support of local non-profit organizations. It is unique for its eclecticism, each performance offering a vast array of musical styles, cultures, and languages.View full article for Two Benefit- Concerts for Independent Living-Montreal
Barrier-Free Canada/Canada Sans Barrieres (BFC/CSB) advocates for the Canadian Parliament to enact a strong and effective Canadians with Disabilities Act (CDA) to achieve a barrier-free Canada for all persons with disabilities.View full article for Barrier-Free Canada
Thanks to the Canada Summer Jobs program, Independent Living Montreal IL-M will hire a student expert and passionate on Information and Communications Technology (ICT), to offer one-to-one consultations and group workshops.View full article for Computer workshops are back this summer!