By Erica Vella
Digital Broadcast Journalist Global News
Walking into the new Trillium Park, visitors are greeted by a map highlighting the trail’s attractions in both written and braille instructions for people who are visually impaired.
But if you look a little closer and touch the map visitors to the downtown Toronto park will soon realize the braille is printed on a flat board and is useless to those who need it.
Braille on Map at New Toronto Park ‘Not Accessible’ full article
By Mehreen Shahid, Orillia Packet & Times
Tuesday, July 4, 2017
Orillia resident Larry Wilson is disappointed by a lack of accessibility provided by a new business on Mississaga Street.
Larry Wilson is lucky enough to be Irish but not lucky enough to enjoy a pint at a new watering hole set to open in downtown Orillia.
The Orillia resident, who uses a mobility scooter, was excited as work began on the Cara Operations franchise Fionn MacCool’s.
Lack of Accessibility at New Orillia Restaurant Angers Resident full article