Today the Canadian Cultural Society of the Deaf is alive and growing and serves many more with its programming, outreach, cultural activities and award-winning Deaf heritage resources such as Deaf Planet, ASL-phabet and Canadian Dictionary of ASL.
The CCSD’s headquarters, located in the historic Distillery District of Toronto, is the first free standing DEAF CULTURE CENTRE of its kind internationally. It offers an art gallery and as well as a giftshop featuring Deaf artists’ artwork.
Sign Language Institute Canada is a national network of professionals striving to excel in higher standards for teaching Sign Language. SLIC certifies teachers and instructors of Sign Languages through the American Sign Language Proficiency Interview (ASLPI) American Sign Language Instructors of Canada Evaluation (SLICE).
The Puff ASL Storytelling App, based on the children's web series "I…