As a temporarily able-bodied person (TAB), I am getting very tired of hearing about people with a disability who are not believed or are challenged to prove that they are, in fact, with disability.
Warren Rupnarain, Accessibility and Diversity Coordinator for the City of Vaughan is leading the City’s efforts to implement accessible services and programs that support a barrier-free community,
Youth across Canada are struggling to access basic care for mental health and addictions, and greater federal oversight is necessary to monitor the often-overlooked health-care sector, according to a new study.
Ontario’s human rights tribunal has ruled that a 9-year-old autistic boy can’t bring his service dog with him into class.
This year’s index includes businesses from 21 industries including companies like Starbucks, Walgreens, AT&T, Microsoft, Boeing, Aetna and Bank of America.
Ontario teen who lost both parents to mental health issues mailed letters to all 338 MPs, only 40 responded
Out of the 338 letters sent by 17 year old Noah Irvine to Canadian MP’s, some six months ago, Irvine said to date he has received just 40 responses.
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.