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A Network of seven agencies was formed in 1996 dedicated to faith and cultural inclusion. It promoted faith and culture choices in the Ministry of Community and Social Services’ document “Making Services Work for People” (1997). Now with member organizations throughout Ontario, it supports faith and cultural choices in community and service planning and makes recommendations to provincial advisory groups and government. The Faith and Culture Inclusion Network is a member of the Provincial Network, which is a coalition of umbrella organizations representing service providers, families and self-advocates on behalf of persons with an intellectual disability.

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