Gov’t Cites Common Barriers

More than a third of Canadians with disabilities, 38 percent, say they routinely endure barriers ranging from wheelchair-inaccessible elevators to difficulty at airports. The Department of Social Development conducted the national survey after Parliament passed a bill mandating accessibility: “There is a huge group of Canadians who have been held back.”

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