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Stroller user, assistive dog user, wheelchair user head towards Barrier Free Access area
Over 3.8 million Canadians currently have some form of disability, and this is projected to increase as our population ages. Making your business accessible for people of all abilities makes good economic senses and helps to create a more inclusive society. Read more>
We are excited to announce that RHF is launching a national initiative with the participation of the Government of Canada to inspire and empower Canadians to build a more inclusive and accessible Canada in honour of our nation’s 150th birthday. Read more>
Do you know that to be using a placard legally, users must be loading or unloading a person with a disability? But even we often see someone with a placard sitting in the car waiting while an able-bodied relative or friend runs into the store – technically illegal. Read more>
This December 3rd, the UN’s International Day of Persons with Disabilities, I want to talk about how we can solve the massive world problem of accessibility. The solution begins right here at home. Read more>
Canadians see massive gaps in accessibility within their own communities and believe Canada should be a leader in removing barriers, according to a new national survey that highlights the problems facing people with disabilities today.  Read more>
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