From 2009 to 2015, the WSIB cut total benefits to injured workers by nearly $1.16 billion, a 33% reduction over the six-year period.
Canadian Tire has pledged $50 million over five years to its charity Jumpstart to make playgrounds and sports more accessible for children with disabilities
The province is set to host more than 550 competitors from 17 countries, with events taking place from September 23 to September 30.
A 29-year-old woman with Down syndrome has filed a complaint with the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario after two Toronto police officers were recorded mocking her during a traffic stop.
Sonny Brar is the Vice President of Member Programs and Services at Retail Council of Canada. Listen to his version of accessible retail.
The device has a built-in camera that can be used to take photos of any type of reading material, which is then converted into Braille.
The first phase of the installation of the town’s Canada 150-themed accessible playground in Maywood Park on Bredin Parkway is complete.
Discover Ability Network launched new online portal that will connect persons with disabilities seeking employment with Ontario businesses looking to hire.
Debra Ruh, CEO of Ruh Global Communications is a barrier-slayer of epic proportions and global Disability Inclusion Strategist.
“The European Court of Human Rights ruling is clear — workers do not leave their human rights at the doorstep of their workplace,”