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A family, and guide dog, watching television
How do you connect with the people in your life and keep up with what’s happening in the world? From texting to tweeting, from downloading to binge watching, we can access more information online faster than ever before. But what if the media we want to consume is not accessible to us?  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>
These days, you often hear the word ‘ableism’ talked about online, but the Oxford English Dictionary actually traces the word’s first use back to 1981 and defines it as “discrimination in favour of able-bodied” people. Let's talk about ableism today. Read more>
We’re happy to announce our first Access4All Barrier Buster grant recipient – Vincent Massey Collegiate in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Find out more about Vincent Massey and how its making the school accessible and inclusive for all its students. 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>
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