Barrier Free Canada Logo. Image of a light blue maple leaf with a white diagonal section of the leaf missing, giving the appearance of a circle with a line through it that bans what is on the inside. This maple leaf is intended to ban inaccessibility. To the right of the light blue maple leaf are the words, 'Barrier Free Canada' and 'Sans Barriere Canada'. Welcome to Barrier Free Canada.

Barrier Free Canada Board of Directors Seeks New Director | Deadline To Apply: October 15th 2021

Please review the complete posting in PDF format here: Barrier Free Canada Board of Directors Seeks New Director ...
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Barriers Remain for Canadian Voters Who Are Disabled: Advocates

SUMMARY Years after the federal government guaranteed accessible voting for disabled voters, casting ballot is still problematic One organization says ...
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The Barrier Free Inclusive Business Award Symbol sits to the left of the Barrier Free Canada logo.

Nominate an Inclusive, Barrier-Free Business for Barrier Free Canada’s Inaugural “Inclusive Business Award”

Request for individuals to nominate a business that they believe exemplifies a barrier free business. Do you know of a ...
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A wheelchair sits alone in a courtyard with a cane laid across the top of it.

Disability Justice Lens Missing From Party Platforms, Advocates Warn

"To be actively anti-ableist in (the federal party) platforms, and their policies, would address so many other issues." For Gabrielle ...
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Airlines Launch Global Action Group to Improve Handling of Disability Mobility Aids

Geneva – The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced the launch of a global Mobility Aids Action Group to examine and ...
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