Canada’s new accessibility laws should focus on employment, inclusive buildings, transport

carla-qualtrough

Public consultations on Canada’s first national law for disabled people have identified high unemployment rates, inaccessible buildings and barriers in transportation as some of the key issues that need to be addressed.

The priorities were laid out in a report, released by the federal government Monday, summarizing eight months of consultations held with Canadians from coast to coast. Read more: https://www.thestar.com