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27 May
Mondays with Mayor Crystal Meloche

2:00 PM | 5950 Malden Road, LaSalle, ON

Ask your questions or share your ideas with Mayor Crystal Meloche in person. Stop by the LaSalle Civic Centre and check in with reception during the scheduled times.

Not available on Monday? No problem! Make an appointment for a different date and time by calling 519-969-7770, ext. 1233. Visit the Mayor Crystal Meloche web page at www.lasalle.ca/mayor

28 May
Raising of the Regional Accessibility Flag

10:30 AM | 5950 Malden Road, LaSalle, ON N9H 1S4

The Town of LaSalle will be raising the Regional Accessibility Flag at a ceremony on Tuesday, May 28 at 10:30 am at the LaSalle Civic Centre, 5950 Malden Road, to mark the beginning of National AccessAbility Week. National AccessAbility Week takes place from May 26 to June 1, 2024, and provides the opportunity to: 

  • Celebrate the valuable contributions and leadership of Canadians with disabilities. 
  • Highlight the work of people, organizations and communities that are removing barriers. 
  • Reflect ongoing efforts to become a better, more accessible, more inclusive Canada. 

The Accessibility flag, designed locally by Kristine Verbeek in 2022, depicts a stylized figure in a wheelchair facing the right side of the flag and 7 right-pointing chevrons. It symbolizes the 7 local municipalities working together, in the right direction, toward greater accessibility and inclusion. 

To show your support for Red Shirt Day for Accessibility and Inclusion which takes place on Wednesday, May 29 if you can, please wear the colour red to the Town of LaSalle Regional Accessibility Flag Raising ceremony.

Visit www.lasalle.ca/accessibility to find out more about the Town’s commitment to the growth of an accessible community by enhancing programs, services, facilities for all residents.   

29 May
Red Shirt Day for Accessibility and Inclusion

8:30 AM | 5950 Malden Road, LaSalle, ON N9H 1S4

Red Shirt Day of Action for AccessAbility and Inclusion is a day when people across Canada come together and wear red to create a visible display of solidarity: to show their support for disabled people and their families, celebrate the achievements of disabled Canadians, and pledge their commitment to help create a fully accessible and inclusive society. 

Put on your favourite red shirt on Wednesday, May 29, post photos on social media, and help improve accessibility and inclusion in your community. Use the hashtags #RedShirtDay #RedForAccessAbility