Federal government spends per year more than twice on the prime minister’s personal security than it plans to spend for all military veterans’ disability-related health needs.
People with disabilities are in the workforce with the right qualifications and competing for the same jobs that able-bodied people are doing.
A Toronto couple were shocked when they were forced to leave a Prince Edward County bed and breakfast that wouldn’t accept their service dog.
Microsoft has released Seeing AI — a smartphone app that uses computer vision to describe the world for the visually impaired.
Retail Council of Canada has developed a retail-specific Workshop and Webinar series to help retailers comply with Ontario disability legislation.
Dying with Dignity may challenge Ontario law exempting religious hospitals from offering assisted death
While more than 630 Ontarians to date have legally ended their lives with the help of a nurse or doctor, none have been able to do so within the walls of a hospital that has historic ties to the Catholic Church.
Tune in Online to the August 22, 2017 Disability Expert Conference on What the Promised National Accessibility Law Should Include
What should be included in Canada’s forthcoming national accessibility law that the Federal Government promised to enact? Hear from policy experts on accessibility legislation from Canada and around the world at the Disability Expert Conference.
Researchers have created a revolutionary device that can regenerate any kind of body tissue and repair injuries with just a touch to the afflicted area.
The Bramptonian’s journey is part of a documentary, Employable Me, by Accessible Media Inc., a national broadcaster, and will air Friday, Aug. 18, at 9 p.m. on the AMI channel.
Listen in as Glenda shares with us her favorite, two-word response whenever barriers are at hand…