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  • Ambassador Heyman joins with Premier Wynne and others to open the first-ever Accessibility Innovation Showcase. (Credit US Consulate Toronto)

    Accessibility Innovation Showcase

    The Consulate recently partnered with the Government of Ontario for the first-ever Accessibility Innovation Showcase, exhibiting the latest advances in accessibility technologies and assistive devices from both sides of the border.

  •  "Wheelchair Tango" performers take part in the PANAMANIA festivities at Toronto's Parapan Am Games. (Credit US Consulate Toronto)

    Wheelchair Tango at PANAMANIA

    With help from a Consulate grant, the American DanceWheels Foundation recently showcased "Wheelchair Tango" for audiences at the Pan Am Games.

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  • Gary Pieters (left) at USA Day

    IVLP Alum on the Diversity of the Pan Am Games Host City

    In his July 12, 2015, Huffington Post article, “The Pan Am Games Has Brought the City of Toronto to Life,” former alumnus of the International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP), Gary Pieters, describes the rich cultural distinctiveness of Toronto that adds to the luster of the Pan Am and the Parapan Am Games.

  • Blogger Lucy Gao (left) visits Meetup as a part of Sharing Economy Reporting Tour

    Media Tour Leads Alumna Down New Path

    In October 2014, at the invitation of U.S. Consulate Toronto, activist blogger Lucy Gao joined the Sharing-Economy Media Tour organized by the Department of State’s Washington Press Center. During this 10-day reporting tour Gao and her cohorts spanned the United States, traveling to New York City, Las Vegas and San Francisco.

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The Department of State is updating the Worldwide Caution to provide information on the continuing threat of terrorist actions and violence against U.S. citizens and interests throughout the world. Recent terrorist attacks, whether by those affiliated with terrorist entities, copycats, or individual perpetrators, serve as a reminder that U.S. citizens need to maintain a high level of vigilance and take appropriate steps to increase their security awareness. This replaces the Worldwide Caution dated January 9, 2015.

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