It's expected that 1 in 5 people will have a disability by 2036.
Today, 3.8 million Canadians report having a mobility, vision, or hearing disability. These Canadians struggle every day to grab a coffee with a friend or interview for a job because of physical barriers to access. How can we move towards providing meaningful access for all? Read more>
How can we help make Canada’s beautiful beaches, trails, parks and playgrounds more accessible and inclusive for everyone? Here are some tips from our RHF Accessibility Specialists. Read more>
For the second year, RHF worked with the Angus Reid Institute to get a picture of how Canadians feel about important disability issues like social barriers for people with disabilities (including in the workplace) and accessibility within the built environment. Read on to see what we discovered. Read more>
We're launching the Accessible Cities Award! A national award designed to recognize and celebrate municipalities – and the planners, developers, architects and builders they work with – for creating accessible places for people with mobility, vision and hearing challenges. Learn more... Read more>
Many of us have family members or friends who are managing physical challenges. Has your father suffered a stroke and now finds walking or picking up objects difficult? Does your cousin or best friend have vision or hearing loss? Tell us who's in your Circle. Read more>