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The House resumed on:
September 21, 2017.

Nova Scotia House of Assembly - Law Amendments Committee Submissions

Assembly 62, Session 3

Bill 59 - Accessibility Act


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Meeting Date Submitter
Monday, April 24, 2017
Bill 59 Reprinted with changes recommended to the Law Amendments Committee - Minister of Justice
Friday, March 3, 2017
Bill 59 Community Alliance
Motion - Alfie MacLeod, MLA - Sydney River-Mira-Louisbourg
Autism Nova Scotia - Melissa Myers, Respite Coordinator
Holley Grant
Restaurants Canada - Luc Erjavec
MS Society of Canada, Atlantic Division - Ben Davis, President
reachAbility Association - Tova Sherman, CEO
Canadian Federation of Independent Business - Jordi Morgan, Vice President, Atlantic
Retail Council of Canada - Jim Cormier, Atlantic Director
Allison Brewer
Halifax, Nova Scotia Down Syndrome Society - Will Brewer, Representative
Sheila Wildeman
David Daniels
Thursday, March 2, 2017
Maritime Assocation of Professional Sign Language Interpreters - Brenna D'Arcy, President
Antigonish Community Transit - Dale Bogle
Bill 59 Community Alliance
Anne Camozzi
Kathleen Jacques
Easter Seals Nova Scotia - Hank van Leeuwen, President and CEO
Kevin Kehoe
James McGregor Stewart Society - Warren Reed
Cape Breton Regional Municipality Accessiblity Act Review Committee - Malcolm Gillis, Director of Planning
Maurice Mandale
Agnieszka Hayes
Canadian Life and Health Insurance Association - Ethan Kohn, Councel
Emily Duffett
Jim McDermott
Autism Nova Scotia - Cynthia Carroll, Executive Director
Robin Gushue
Mary MacDonald
Society of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Nova Scotians - Frank O'Sullivan, Executive Director
Deafness Advocacy Association of Nova Scotia - Elliott Richman, Assistant Director of Deaf Outreach
Jane Warren
Le Transport de Clare - Trudy Bengivenni, Vice President
Nova Scotia Disability Partnerships - Steven Estey, Co-Chair
Nova Scotia League for Equal Opportunities - Claredon Robichaud, Chair
Amy Parsons
Dorothy Kitchen
Parker Donham
Paul Vienneau
Patricia Gates
Gerry Post
Nova Scotia Advisory Commission on AIDS - Michelle Proctor-Simms, Director
Marcellina Shwery-Stanley
Archibald Kaiser
March of Dimes Canada - Sue Uteck
Nova Scotia Disabled Persons Commission - Brian Tapper, Chair
Barry Abbott
Monday, November 7, 2016
Wendy Lill
The James McGregor Stewart Society - Warren Reed, Spokesman
Nova Scotia League for Equal Opportunities - Claredon Robichaud, Chair
Barry Abbott
Gerry Post
Barrier-free Nova Scotia and Canadian Council of the Blind - Pat Gates
Paul Vienneau
Sheila Wildeman and Dianne Pothier
H. Archibald Kaiser
Lois Miller
Parker Donham