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"Creating a national disability act is something that would help remove the barriers that still exist for people with disabilities. We need a voice for disability in the federal Cabinet." Mario Silva (Liberal)
"I fully support national disability legislation. I have been a supporter for the March of Dimes for many years, knocking door to door to canvass, so disability issues are extremely important to me in this election." Theresa Rodriguez (Conservative)
"Accessibility was foremost in our planning as we selected office space. Ensuring that we continue with policy and legislation, like a Canadians with Disabilities Act, is something we can achieve with more NDP members in the House." Campaign Manager (NDP)
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The office of Mario Silva, Liberal Incumbent, in located on St. Clair Avenue West. His office is fully accessible. Mario expresses his fully commitment to achieving the enactment of national disability legislation. He also explains that he would introduce a Private Member's Bill to help advance this cause.

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Conservative Candidate Theresa Rodriguez has her Campaign Headquarters located on Dundas Avenue West. The front entrance to this office is not wheelchair accessible. However, there is access through the rear entrance of the building. Theresa is highly aware of disability issues and fully supports a National Disabilty Act.

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NDP Candidate Gord Perks has two offices. Warren's World visited the Bloor Street West office, where the Campaign Manager was based on the day of our visit. This office is fully accessible. Staff and Campaign Manager both support national disability legislation, and express a high degree of understanding of disability issues.

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