Ontario Human Rights Commission Issues Statement on Accessible Housing – Accessibility News, your Online Magazine Devoted to Disability Accessibility.

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While the COVID-19 pandemic has spotlighted the need for safe housing, Ontarians with disabilities have always lived with the harsh reality that their housing choices are extremely limited, chronically inaccessible and often substandard and unsafe. Read more athttps://aoda.ca/ontario-human-rights-commission-issues-statement-on-accessible-housing/ Related

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New Real Estate Features Help Identify Accessible Housing – Accessibility News, your Online Magazine Devoted to Disability Accessibility.

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The Heartland Multiple Listing Service, an informational housing system used by real estate agents in the St. Joseph and Kansas City area, has added a more detailed filtering system for accessibility features. Read more athttps://aoda.ca/new-real-estate-features-help-identify-accessible-housing/ Related

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New Restaurants, Cafes in N.S. Must Be Accessible to Meet Food Safety Requirements – Accessibility News, your Online Magazine Devoted to Disability Accessibility.

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Any new sit-down restaurants and cafes starting up in Nova Scotia will need an accessible washroom, entrances and pathways to meet food safety requirements. Read more athttp://www.accessibilitynewsinternational.com/new-restaurants-cafes-in-n-s-must-be-accessible-to-meet-food-safety-requirements/ Related

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New Restaurants, Cafes in N.S. Must Be Accessible to Meet Food Safety Requirements – Accessibility News International

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Changes set to come into effect Oct. 31Brooklyn CurrieCBC NewsPosted: Oct 02, 2020 Any new sit-down restaurants and cafes starting up in Nova Scotia will need an accessible washroom, entrances and pathways to meet food safety requirements. It’s part of the province’s commitment to being fully accessible by 2030, according to a news release. In […]

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New restaurants in Nova Scotia required to be accessible by end of the month – Halifax

New restaurants in Nova Scotia required to be accessible by end of the month - Halifax

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted October 2, 2020 11:28 am Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ Nova Scotia is requiring new restaurants, lunch counters, cafes and delis to be accessible to people with disabilities under rules that take effect […]

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North Regina Little League making baseball accessible with $40,000 Blue Jays grant

North Regina Little League making baseball accessible with $40,000 Blue Jays grant

A new $40,000 grant is going to go a long way to help North Regina Little League (NRLL) build a better baseball experience for young athletes with special needs. “It’s gonna enhance the park immensely. It’s gonna give the Challenger kids somewhere really nice to play,” said NRLL president Chris Kayter. “Our park is already […]

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Sarnia’s Accessible Kayak and Canoe Launch Makes a Splash – Accessibility News, your Online Magazine Devoted to Disability Accessibility.

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Sarnia’s new accessible kayak and canoe launch made a splash with its first user. Pete Williams boarded the facility in a yellow kayak mere minutes after city officials cut a ribbon Thursday morning signifying the $75,000 project’s completion. Read more athttps://aoda.ca/sarnias-accessible-kayak-and-canoe-launch-makes-a-splash/ Related

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Ford Government to Spend Over a Half Billion Dollars on New Schools and Major School Additions, Without Announcing Effective Measures to Ensure that These Schools Will be Fully Accessible to Students, Parents and School Staff with Disabilities – Accessibility News, your Online Magazine Devoted to Disability Accessibility.

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Last week, the Ford Government announced that it is investing over half a billion dollars into building new schools and expanding existing ones, without announcing any effective measures to ensure that those schools will be designed to be accessible to students, parents, teachers, or other school staff with disabilities. Public money should never be used […]

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Three Recommendations for Accessible Remote Learning – Accessibility News, your Online Magazine Devoted to Disability Accessibility.

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Adapting to the realities of remote schooling has been challenging. Since the COVID-19 pandemic sent our province into a state of emergency, many students have had to turn bedrooms into offices, kitchen tables into classrooms and parking lots into hotspots. While all Ontario learners have had to adapt to overcome barriers, those barriers have been […]

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‘They Were Given 20 Years’ – TTC Warns It Will Be Hard to Hit 2025 Target to Make the Subway Accessible – Accessibility News, your Online Magazine Devoted to Disability Accessibility.

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David Lepofsky, chair of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act Alliance, a volunteer advocacy group, said the TTC has “absolutely no excuse” for not meeting the 2025 deadline, which the province set in 2005. Read more athttps://aoda.ca/they-were-given-20-years-ttc-warns-it-will-be-hard-to-hit-2025-target-to-make-the-subway-accessible/ Related

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