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Margaret Lumchick explains why Bill C-81 is inadequate to address the barriers to accessibility experienced by many people today, and thousands more in the near future. 


Bill C-81, An Act to ensure a barrier-free Canada, has now been sent to the Senate for consideration.  I am in support of that legislation. However, if it is passed as is it has “no teeth” and many exemptions, and will be merely window-dressing, doing little to address...

The OHCC 2017-2018 Annual Report provides information about OHCC's projects and activities over the past year. Read about the accomplishments of HC Link, Kitchen Table Conversations for Action on Inclusion and the Ontario Community Transportation Network, along with reports from the board, staff and volunteers. 2017-2018 was a great year for OHCC and we look forward to building on this work in the future....

 

photo of Queen St., TorontoIn this 90-minute online discussion, held on February 12, 2019, researchers, epidemiologists, data analysts, urban designers and health promoters discussed their work on developing and applying indicators of healthy built environments.   

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Over 125 individuals registered for...

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