Disabled T.O. Traveler Considers Lawsuit After Air Canada Unable to Accommodate Wheelchair

But at least one observer said Rose’s case is troubling.

“How many other flights globally have this problem?” asked Ing Wong-Ward, associate director of the Centre for Independent Living in Toronto, which is a disabilities resources organization. “Why is Air Canada allowed to buy planes that do not accommodate people with all kinds of disabilities?”

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