Mr. Lewis emphasized the need to change perceptions about the key role people with disabilities can play within all areas of a business.
Natasha Bridgmohan is a Mortgage Broker with Mortgage Intelligence and primary caregiver for her 93-year old grandfather.
Accessibility is not simply about ramps or automatic door openers; it’s about understanding that people with disabilities may have different needs.
Lloyd Pollock, a trail-blazer, brought accessible transportation to Toronto 26 years ago now. He just happens to be a man living with post polio syndrome.
The Federal Court has dismissed an appeal by VIA Rail of a decision that would make it possible for a Toronto couple who rely on wheelchairs and scooters to travel together on a single train.
From May 28 to June 3 is the National AccessAbility Week. It is a week for Canadians to promote inclusion and accessibility in our communities and workplaces, to celebrate our progress and to be inspired to further break down accessibility barriers.
Martin Charney built Money on Tap Inc, as a professional Finance Resource Consultant. He represents 10 different forms of business and personal finance.
He heard about a different variation of the wheelchair symbol, created by the U.S.-based Accessible Icon Project, while he was in the hospital recovering from his injuries — one that highlights the person in the chair, and shows them in motion.