Information session on the Registered Disability Savings Plan

The Government of Canada is providing funding to help people with disabilities save for the future. Attend the free workshop March 19 to learn more. Additional information is available in the attached flyer.

You can also contact Lisa Lehmann, host of the workshop, below:

Lisa Lehmann

Lisa Lehmann | Business Development Manager

Tel: 905.528.6611 ext 245 Fax: 905.528.2181


Burlington flyer - Registered Disability Savings Plan

Burlington march 19 flyer.pdf

Registered Disability Savings Plan Information Session
PATH Employment Services, Burlington Central Library,
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Written by Marianne Meed Ward

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  1. I looked at the flyer and it indicates this is about the RDSP. How does this relate to helping people with disabilities find jobs?

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