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Invitation to Town Hall Meeting With CNIB Regarding Library Services

You are cordially Invited to a Town Hall Meeting

With John Rafferty, CEO of the CNIB

Topic:  Library Services in Canada

Purpose:  to ask questions of, and provide input to, the CNIB on:

How best to move forward on issues pertaining to the future of library services for blind, partially sighted, and deaf/blind Canadians.

When: October 29 2011

Time: 1:00 pm Eastern Standard Time or 10:00 am Pacific Time


365 Bloor Street East, Suite 902


The closest subway is at Bloor and Sherbourne

How Can I Participate?:

  • By teleconference:
  • By phoning in:
  • In Person: Please RSVP to no later than October 01 Indicating your name, email address, and preferred format for background documents (MS word, text, or Braille)

Please also let us know how you would prefer to access the meeting so that we can send you the relevant Internet access instructions if you choose to attend via our conferencing system on the Internet, or the phone in number if you choose to attend via phone.

There will be two sessions held on this date.

Session one will be for those who wish to attend in person and for those who prefer to phone in.  This session will commence at 1:00 pm Eastern Standard Time.

Session two will be for those who wish to access the meeting via the Internet and this session will commence at 2:15 pm Eastern Standard time.

We would need to be able to determine the number of participants and their preferences so that we can make adequate arrangements to accommodate everyone.

If you have any questions or concerns then please send your queries to Melanie Moore at or to me at

Thank you!

Donna Jodhan


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