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To register, please contact Mrs Brenda Too.
First come, first served basis!Permalink
ASL 101, 102 and 104 on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, starting on January 9!
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Are you fluent in ASL? Do you want to teach it?
Do not hesitate to contact us regarding this job offer!
Quadrilingual exhibition: Quebec Sign Language (LSQ), American Sign Language (ASL), French and English
Come into contact with Deaf culture and identity! The expression “peuple de l’œil”, or “people of the eye”, underlines the importance of sight for speakers of sign languages in their relationship to the world.
Discover the places, people and events linked to the history of Deaf persons in Canada. The exhibition also offers avenues for reflection about the contemporary Deaf community and presents works of art. Comme visit us at l'Écomusée du fier monde, 2050, Amherst street, Montréal (Qc) H2L 3L8 | 514 528-8444. Permalink
Please follow this link to learn more about the 2016 week!
As well, the Government of Canada has informed that they are currently developing more inclusive accessibility legislation and encourage all to provide feedback in ASL, LSQ, English and French. The consultation process started in July 2016 and will end Feb 2017.
Statement by Minister Qualtrough on the International Week of the Deaf
Consulting with Canadians on planned accessibility legislation (American Sign Language video) Permalink