The Medium is the Message

On July 26, 2012, in Kelowna, Toronto, by Jason Hall

The number one complaint the Canadian Human Rights Commission receives is in the area of disability. According to the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, “no one should be discriminated against because of a disability”. A recent news story in Kelowna provided some insight into why this is the case. The video below is about a […]

Disabled, “Yes”; Unemployable, “No”

On July 19, 2012, in British Columbia, Burnaby, Canada, Kootenays, Nelson, Quebec, Richmond, Toronto, Victoria, Winnipeg, by Jason Hall

This week, the Government of Canada’s 2012 Economic Action Plan is being felt in Winnipeg where 30 people with disabilities are receiving funding to gain the skills they need to get jobs. By investing an additional $30 million over three years into the Opportunities Fund,  more Canadians with disabilities have the opportunity to become gainfully employed. […]

Is Your Favourite Summer Sport Covered?

On July 5, 2012, in Canada, by Jason Hall

For most Canadians, the thought of a perfect summer holiday is a cabin by a lake in the woods, the loons calling, a steak on the barbie, and a cold one in hand. For others (perhaps yourself), summer is a great time to indulge in some adrenaline pumping sport, such as high-altitude hiking, base jumping, or heli-skiing […]

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