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Organization: Canadian Council of the Blind  
Phone Numbers: 613-567-0311
Toll-Free: 1-877-304-0968
Fax: 613-567-2728
Email: ccb@ccbnational.net
Website: www.ccbnational.net
Address:
20 James St, Suite 100
Ottawa, ON
K2P 0T6
Intersection: Bank St and James St
Location: Ottawa
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
Executives: Louise Gillis - National President
Service Description: People who are blind or vision impaired are given a voice in their own affairs (through the advocacy movement) and provides assistance through peer support and social and recreational activities * bursary program for post-secondary education

Chapters
  • Carleton University
  • Club '60' Barrie
  • Cornwall
  • Dragon Boat Toronto
  • Glenvale Players
  • Hamilton
  • Hamilton Junior
  • Hamilton Blind Curlers
  • Hamilton Chapter for the Arts
  • Itatu Orphan Care
  • Kawartha
  • Kingston Friendship
  • Listeners Book Club
  • London
  • London VI Curling
  • McMaster University
  • National Capital Visually Impaired Sports Association (NCVISA)
  • Oshawa Humoresque
  • Ottawa Blind Curling Club
  • Ottawa
  • Ottawa University
  • Ontario Blind Golfers (OVIG)
  • Peel
  • Peterborough
  • Pembroke WC
  • SSM White Cane Matinee
  • Simcoe Vision Impaired Curlers
  • Thunder Bay and District
  • Toronto Curlers
  • Toronto Visionaries
  • Trust You Buddy
  • Waterloo Regional Club
  • Windsor/Essex Low Vision Social and Support Group
  • Won With One
  • York Regional Lighthouse

Fees: Membership fee
Application: No referral required - call
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Adults and youth 16 years and older who are blind or visually impaired
Languages: English
Area(s) Served: Canada
See Also: Advocacy and Social Action for People with Disabilities
Blindness and Impaired Vision
Fitness, Recreational and Social Programs for People with Disabilities

This information was last completely updated on June 13, 2017

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