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Sharon Brant and her guide dog
"I want everyone to know that people with disabilities are able and capable to work and have a normal life, even though we may need to do things a little differently.” Read more>
RHF Ambassador Lorin MacDonald is a force of nature. By combining her law education with perseverance and unlimited optimism, she’s making Canada more accessible for people with disabilities.  Read more>
The Rick Hansen Foundation’s Quality of Life Grant Program helps break down physical barriers to accessibility and provides greater independence and increased self-esteem for thousands of Canadians living with a disability. Find out how it changed Trez's life. Read more>
Darryl Tait has always been an athlete and extreme sports enthusiast. Fresh out of high school, he was pursuing a career in freestyle snowmobiling until one day when his snowmobile fell on top of him, crushing his spinal cord. Find out how Darryl moved on and is living life to its fullest... Read more>
Each year, the Rick Hansen Difference Maker of the Year award recognizes a Canadian student who has followed in Rick’s footsteps by overcoming adversity to make an outstanding contribution to his or her community. Hayden Kalelest of Williams Lake, B.C. is our 2016 Difference Maker!
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