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ALERT - CHS Thunder Bay office closed due to storm February 21, 2014

The Thunder Bay office of CHS is closed today,

ALERT - Avoid internet and social media scams February 19, 2014

A warning to consumers about internet and social media scams.

Alert - CHS Ottawa office closed until further notice - NOW Open February 12, 2014

Update: Offices now open. The CHS office in Ottawa is temporarily closed due to a watermain break on Bank Street, downtown Ottawa. 

CHS urges government to continue employment programs for vulnerable people February 5, 2014

In January 2014, Canadians across the country showed strong support to the Canadian Hearing Society (CHS) and other employment service agencies for delivering vital employment and skills training programs.

Fireman rescuing a child from a fire.
Letter to the editor of the Globe and Mail on fire safety January 30, 2014

A letter to the editor of the Globe and Mail on fire safety.

Letter to the editor of the Globe and Mail on language January 29, 2014

A letter to the editor of the Globe and Mail on offensive language.

Alert - Beware of tax refund scams, not from the Canada Revenue Agency January 28, 2014

CHS warns Canadians that fraudulent emails claiming to be from the Canada Revenue Agency are currently circulating. 

Letter to the Editor of the Toronto Star on Deaf Chef Cruise January 27, 2014

A letter to the Editor of the Toronto Star on Deaf Chef Quinn Cruise.

CHS applauds positive step for fire safety for Deaf and hard of hearing people January 8, 2014

The Canadian Hearing Society (CHS) applauds the Government of Ontario’s recent amendments to the Ontario Building Code that will require all new residential buildings – including apartments, condos, houses – to have their smoke and fire alarms include a visual component as of January 2015.

CHS congratulates Manitoba’s accessibility advocates December 18, 2013

The Canadian Hearing Society is offering its congratulations to all advocates of disability issues as Manitoba’s Accessibility for Manitobans Act becomes law. 

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