We Publicly Post New Secret Ford Government Directions to Ontario Hospitals on How to Decide Who Lives and Who Dies if Life-Saving Critical Care Must Soon Be Triaged – Serious Human Rights Dangers for Ontarians with Disabilities – Accessibility News, your Online Magazine Devoted to Disability Accessibility.

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Compounding this cruel reality, this secret document shows that some patients with disabilities now risk being de-prioritized in access to life-saving critical care that they will disproportionately need if Ontario hospitals, now near the breaking point, cannot provide life-saving critical medical care to all patients needing it.” Read more athttps://aoda.ca/we-publicly-post-new-secret-ford-government-directions-to-ontario-hospitals-on-how-to-decide-who-lives-and-who-dies-if-life-saving-critical-care-must-soon-be-triaged-serious-human-rights-dangers-for/ Related

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Already In ‘Crisis Mode’, Ontario Hospitals Have No Protocol for Who Gets Priority Treatment, Human Rights Advocates Say – Accessibility News, your Online Magazine Devoted to Disability Accessibility.

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Doctors in Ontario could soon be forced to undergo the harrowing process their peers in Italy and New York experienced in the spring choosing who lives and dies when intensive care reaches its maximum capacity. That’s the question many fear as COVID-19 patients continue to pile into intensive care beds in Ontario. In Peel Region, […]

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Yesterday’s Roundtable on Critical Care Triage during the COVID-19 Pandemic, Hosted by the Ontario Human Rights Commission, Leads the AODA Alliance to Again Write Health Minister Christine Elliott to Raise Important New Issues – Accessibility News, your Online Magazine Devoted to Disability Accessibility.

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Given the number of participants, we could only scratch the surface on this life-and-death issue during this two-hour roundtable. The painful fact that that day, Ontario had another record-breaking number of new COVID-19 infections made this discussion especially urgent and long-overdue. Read mroe athttps://aoda.ca/yesterdays-roundtable-on-critical-care-triage-during-the-covid-19-pandemic-hosted-by-the-ontario-human-rights-commission-leads-the-aoda-alliance-to-again-write-health-minister-christine-elliott-to/ Related

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BC Human Rights Tribunal Upholds Complaint That Victoria Bike Lanes Discriminate Against the Blind – Accessibility News International

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Adam ChanCTV News, November 13, 2020 VICTORIA — The BC Human Rights Tribunal says a complaint filed against the City of Victoria arguing that bike lanes that separate sidewalks from “floating bus stops” create unsafe conditions for blind pedestrians is justified. The dispute began in 2018, after the Canadian Federation of the Blind (CFB) submitted […]

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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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BC Human Rights Tribunal Upholds Complaint That Victoria Bike Lanes Discriminate Against the Blind – Accessibility News International

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Adam ChanCTV News, November 13, 2020 VICTORIA — The BC Human Rights Tribunal says a complaint filed against the City of Victoria arguing that bike lanes that separate sidewalks from “floating bus stops” create unsafe conditions for blind pedestrians is justified. The dispute began in 2018, after the Canadian Federation of the Blind (CFB) submitted […]

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BC Human Rights Tribunal Upholds Complaint That Victoria Bike Lanes Discriminate Against the Blind – Accessibility News, your Online Magazine Devoted to Disability Accessibility.

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The dispute began in 2018, after the Canadian Federation of the Blind (CFB) submitted a complaint centred around the perceived dangers of crossing the bike lanes to access floating bus stops along Pandora Street, between Cook Street and Store Street, and on Wharf Street. Read more athttp://www.accessibilitynewsinternational.com/bc-human-rights-tribunal-upholds-complaint-that-victoria-bike-lanes-discriminate-against-the-blind/ Related

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Ontario Human Rights Commission Corroborates that the Ford Government withdrew the Government’s Widely-Condemned Critical Medical Care Triage Protocol – Accessibility News, your Online Magazine Devoted to Disability Accessibility.

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But as COVID-19 Infections Sky-Rocket, the Government Continues to Conceal Its Plans for Critical Care Triage Read more athttps://aoda.ca/ontario-human-rights-commission-corroborates-that-the-ford-government-withdrew-the-governments-widely-condemned-critical-medical-care-triage-protocol/ Related

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Former Lawyers File Human Rights Complaints, Allege Accessibility Issues in Manitoba Courts – Accessibility News, your Online Magazine Devoted to Disability Accessibility.

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‘I’ve had multiple judges apologize to me for how inaccessible the courtroom is,’ says Mike Reimer Read more athttp://www.accessibilitynewsinternational.com/former-lawyers-file-human-rights-complaints-allege-accessibility-issues-in-manitoba-courts/ Related

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Former Lawyers File Human Rights Complaints, Allege Accessibility Issues in Manitoba Courts – Accessibility News International

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‘I’ve had multiple judges apologize to me for how inaccessible the courtroom is,’ says Mike Reimer CBC NewsPosted: Oct 20, 2020 Two former lawyers have filed human rights complaints against the province, saying Manitoba’s law courts are not fully accessible for people living with disabilities. Mike Reimer and Peter Tonge left the profession in part […]

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