Access & Inclusion

Photo of John Counsell in military dress, a head and shoulders shot

The following story is historical fiction, based on research from many different sources.

Dec 03, 2020READ MORE
The empty, inside chamber of the House of Commons Canada

In March 2020, our Government of Canada declared COVID-19 to be a national emergency.

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Carla Qualtrough at a desk
On July 17, 2020, the Government of Canada announced a one-time $600 payment in recognition of the extraordinary expenses faced by people with disabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Oct 16, 2020READ MORE
Canadian Parliament building
In March 2020, national disability organizations came together to express their concern about the lack of consideration for people with disabilities during the coronavirus pandemic.
Oct 16, 2020READ MORE
Letters twisted to spell think tank

 Back in 2016/17, the Canadian Access and Inclusion Project (CAIP) was created and included a partnership of 31 not-for-profit

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Logo for the Canadian Access and Inclusion Project

In this 2016 report, you will find the recommendations of CAIP's Lawyer Panel.

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a stylized design used by accessible canada

In November 2015, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau asked Minister Carla Qualtrough to engage Canadians directly about what is needed in new

Oct 05, 2020READ MORE
The Canadian Flag

The Government of Canada's Accessibility Resource Centre is a microsite of federal resources and tools to help improve accessibility for

Oct 05, 2020READ MORE
National Housing Strategy logo
The Government of Canada is developing a National Housing Strategy in order to create solutions to some of Canada’s most important housing challenges.
Oct 16, 2020READ MORE