The changing workplace Ah yes! The changing workplace and it has only be hastened by this horrific Covid choke hold. Some may say that it would only have been a matter of time before the mainstream workplace would have disappeared and this is probably very true. Whatever it may be; the mainstreamContinue reading The Changing Work Place
The complaints syndrome This is a syndrome that continues to haunt Canadians with disabilities and over the years despite so many promises to fix or rectify this it continues to linger and in some cases it continues to grow. Broken promises are the order of the day. Canadians with disabilities are just simplyContinue reading The Complaints Syndrome
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If you can see it then I have a right to know about it This is what the majority of blind and partially sighted persons continue to be challenged with. For some very unexplainable reason, too many sighted folks do not seem to be able to understand this concept let alone be able toContinue reading If You Can See It Then I Have A Right To Know About It
How much longer should we wait? Ever since the Accessible Canada Act was made legal in July 2019, Canadians with disabilities have been anxiously waiting for the Government to appoint the promised positions of Chief Accessibility Officer and Accessibility Commissioner. This was well over two years ago and we are all wondering whyContinue reading How Much Longer Should We Wait?
Gazing through my Crystal ball The crystal ball is often not very accurate or reliable when it comes to using it as a predicting tool. Nevertheless. However, for 2022 I am going to use it as an informal way of expressing my thoughts. In looking through my crystal ball for 2022, here isContinue reading Gazing Through My Crystal Ball
What did we learn for 2021 There are so many things that I can mention here but for now I am going to do my best to list the more important things and not to clutter our minds. To start with, I learned that it does not matter if I pay my billsContinue reading What Did We Learn For 2021
Share this Article on Facebook Dear Barrier Free Canada Readers: Spring has finally begun and the board of directors of BFC hopes you are all ready to begin the spring and summer season in full force. Advocacy is always needed along with provincial and federal legislation. Our role as educators never done. Most people assumeContinue reading A Message From The President of Barrier-Free Canada/Canada Sans Barrieres (BFC/CSB)
Share this article to Facebook using this link. Dear friends of BFC, On behalf of the Board of BFC, I am sending you a message of hope that during this year you experience less barriers and a lot more fun in 2022. In November I began transitioning into the role of President of BFC. DuringContinue reading A Word from the Chair
I was never afraid to travel at this time and at the end of it all; I am delighted to report that my trip from Toronto to Québec City was one where I enjoyed an adventure free from any sort of pandemic concerns and most of all! My needs and requirements as a vision impairedContinue reading Traveling Blind by Train During a Pandemic Donna Jodhan Details Her Journey Traveling Blind To and From Quebec City Using Via Rail Canada