Canadian Association for Community Living 50th Anniversary  
CACL publishes an on-line newsletter with news from across Canada. Read about CACL's 50th Anniversary in the January 2008 Info@ newsletter at

The Canadian Association for Community Living is celebrating their 50th anniversary this year. We want to congratulate CACL and celebrate with them, as we all share in this dynamic history. CACL has a proud history of social change and dedicated work on the issues that families and people with intellectual disabilities bring forward. Today CACL continues to raise the bar, ensuring that the voice of families is heard, and pursuing inclusion, human rights, innovative services and supports, and full citizenship for people with intellectual disabilities and their families.

On January 31, 1958, that CACL was founded by families from all over Canada who wanted a national body to provide families with a strong voice. The vision for CACL was to unite local associations under a common vision: to build a country where people with intellectual disabilities live as full citizens, accepted, included in and contributing to their communities. Congratulations to the Board and Staff of CACL on their fiftieth anniversary and we look forward to the fiftieth year celebrations that will be held in Saskatchewan!
Please check back regularly to see updates about CACL's fiftieth anniverary and check CACL's website at

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