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In this Issue
*Canadians With Disabilities Say They’re Missing from the Election Discussion
*In this Close Election, Will Erin O’Toole Stand By the Tories’ 2018 Pledge in the House of Commons to Strengthen the Accessible Canada Act?
*This AI Could Help Diagnose ADHD Sooner
*Changing Workplaces: Organising an Accessible Virtual Presentation
*Paralympians Know ‘Inspiration Porn’ When They See It
*Concerns Raised Over Accessibility Ahead of Digital Vaccine Passport Rollout in Ontario
*Federal NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh Is First and Only National Leader to Pledge to Strengthen the Accessible Canada Act. What Will the Other Parties Pledge in This Election to Make Canada Accessible for Over 6 Million People with Disabilities by 2040?
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Canadians With Disabilities Say They’re Missing from the Election Discussion
Sarah Jama, co-founder of the Disability Justice Network of Ontario, said this lack of scope boils down to a âof understanding of what systemic ableism looks like.â
In this Close Election, Will Erin O’Toole Stand By the Tories’ 2018 Pledge in the House of Commons to Strengthen the Accessible Canada Act?
This AI Could Help Diagnose ADHD Sooner
Early ADHD diagnoses could help cut crime and drastically improve lives, but a cash-starved NHS is struggling to keep up
Changing Workplaces: Organising an Accessible Virtual Presentation
With much of the country in lockdown, and with the ever-changing nature of work, organisations are pivoting to virtual events and presentations. While it’s a necessity to conduct presentations virtually during the pandemic, we may also see some events continue to offer both a virtual and in-person option.
Paralympians Know ‘Inspiration Porn’ When They See It
Athletes reject the idea that they should be admired just for coping with disabilities, and not also for what they’ve accomplished.
Concerns Raised Over Accessibility Ahead of Digital Vaccine Passport Rollout in Ontario
Penny Frankland, 75, has a phone with no internet access on it, and is feeling forgotten after hearing about the vaccine passport plan.
Federal NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh Is First and Only National Leader to Pledge to Strengthen the Accessible Canada Act. What Will the Other Parties Pledge in This Election to Make Canada Accessible for Over 6 Million People with Disabilities by 2040?
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