Toronto Pearson Announces it is Now Offering Aira Service, A Leading-Edge Assistive Technology, to Help Travellers with Sight Loss Navigate the Airport Independently

Image. Toronto Pearson airport. Inside shot.

On July 16, 2019 Toronto Pearson announced it is now offering Aira service, a leading-edge assistive technology, to help travellers with sight loss navigate the airport independently. Using the Aira iPhone or Android mobile phone application, passengers can connect to a specially trained, human agent for navigational assistance as they… Read more“Toronto Pearson Announces it is Now Offering Aira Service, A Leading-Edge Assistive Technology, to Help Travellers with Sight Loss Navigate the Airport Independently”

Latest News on Board Director of Barrier Free Canada – Canada sans Barrières Charlene Young

Charlene Young, who now works for CNIB, worked for years at the Saskatoon Police Service as a switchboard operator. Young sits for a portrait in her office at CNIB in Saskatoon on April 10, 2019.

See the latest on Board Director of Barrier Free Canada – Canada sans Barrières Charlene Young. Charlene joined our board in May 2018 and is fast becoming a rising star! Police Diversity: Number of Staff with Disabilities Still Below Target https://thestarphoenix.com/news/local-news/police-diversity-people-with-disabilities Excerpt: Charlene Young, who now works for CNIB, worked… Read more“Latest News on Board Director of Barrier Free Canada – Canada sans Barrières Charlene Young”