Who we are
We are a group of people with disabilities and allies! We have been around Calgary, Alberta, Canada since 1998.
To learn more about our history, download our booklet written in 2002.
Or if you like to see a slide show, visit this link!
We are on social media
We work towards a better Alberta for everyone.
We do this by telling our stories, taking action, and changing lives!
Anyone can be a member at the Hall.
The Hall is run by a group of self-advocates and allies.
We have weekly meetings.
We also have smaller groups to work on things that are important to us.
*Please note, some of our newer documents are kept on an online digital library called 'Scribd' and it may ask you to join Scribd with your email or Facebook login information.
If you cannot view a PDF please let us know and we will send you a different format.
- Brochure August 2013
When do we meet?
We meet weekly, typically online every Thursday from 6 pm to 8 pm.
And we also have working groups.
Everyone is welcome to attend our meetings.
You do not have to have a disability.
If it is your first meeting, feel free to bring support such as a family member or worker.
You can phone us at 403.717.7630 if you want to check us out.
Where is our office?
Our office is now located at 219, 18 Street SE, Calgary, Alberta at T2E 6J5. To see our location, visit this map link. Bus routes vary, the closest LRT station is Barlow/Max Bell and transit routes 33 & 127 are nearby. 219, 18 Street SE (map)
Also, visit our archives tool to learn what we have done in the past. The tool on a laptop will be on the far right side to search over 500 pages of work we have done since 1998.