David Lepofsky, a disability advocate and lawyer, just wants to make sure the province is doing what it promised to do under the AODA.
Accessible baseball: the infield is made of wheelchair-friendly vulcanied rubber, bases are flat and dugouts and other features will be wider than normal.
Ontario’s privacy commission says the provincial government significantly overcharged an advocacy group fighting for information on accessibility law compliance.
Assistant Deputy Minister, Susan Picarello is leading the implementation of Access Talent: Ontario’s Employment Strategy for People with Disabilities.
“When you get to a certain distance from the door, it just opens up,” said Melissa Lunney, founder of Doorable app & AppDigenous Development Inc.
Listen in and hear how the City of Mississauga recently won a Rick Hansen Foundation Accessible Cities Circle of Excellence Award.
People with disabilities cling to jobs with the tenacity of a bulldog, meaning employers can save thousands of dollars in on-ramping costs for new employees.
“The Staff Accessibility Resource Team is an integral part of the City’s success in upholding accessibility,” said Mayor Bonnie Crombie.
Listen in and hear how Mark has made history in the food service industry while he’s cultivated a company culture that is inclusive of all abilities.
At just 19 years old, Alexander German has already been recognized as one of Ontario’s top accessibility leaders.