Lack of Progress on Human Rights Order Frustrates Accessibility Activist

Gus Reed says the government isn’t doing enough to follow its own accessibility rules.

Reed was part of a group successful in a human rights challenge against the Nova Scotia government, arguing he and other wheelchair users could not wash their hands in many restaurants where accessible washrooms are not available. A board of inquiry found the government was not enforcing its own accessibility regulations.

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