A Quarter of Ontarians Have a Disability: How is This (Not) Changing Housing?

Twenty-four per cent of Ontario’s population (3.44 million people) have some sort of disability, whether that be physical, cognitive, sensory, or episodic. Over 400,000 of those people reside in Toronto.

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