By Geof Collis
December 31, 2010
In my ongoing battle for my simple request for getting documentation in an accessible format from my City I was finally treated to a response from the Minister by way of the Accessibility Directorate’s Office.
On Monday December 6, 2010 I sent a letter to the Minister asking her to give the City direction on the matter, they finally responded to me on Friday December 17 at 4:30 in the afternoon2 business weeks later.
Equal Access Delayed is Equal Access Denied!. Read full article.
By John Bonnar
December 22, 2010
Anne Abbott (centre) spoke at Monday’s rally calling for a free and fully accessible public transit system. Photo: John Bonnar
For nine months, Anne Abbott waited for the Toronto Transit Commission to fix the elevator at the Yonge and Bloor subway station in downtown Toronto so she and other disabled commuters could get to work, attend school, visit friends and be active members of their communities.
Disability Rights Activist Still Waiting For a Fully Accessible Transit System. Read full article.
Letters to the editor
Posted December 10, 2010
Re: ‘Access watchdog blasts city for PDFs of minutes,’ Dec. 3
I fail to see what the issue is for the City of Kawartha Lakes in providing Mr. Collis with copies of council minutes in an accessible format.
Watchdog’s Request Reasonable: Reader. Read full article.
Published on December 16, 2010 by Donna Seale
I recently found myself at the place I love to grab a nice, hot cup of tea (I’m a sucker for a good
It’s a hip little place, where lots of people like to hang out on a Saturday and read their papers or chat with friends. Music is always playing in the
background. There’s always a line up and orders come fast and furious from customers and are echoed back to the person making the chosen beverage.
The Sound of Accommodation: Do You Hear What I Hear?. Read full article.
Dec 08, 2010 – 4:27 PM
The City of Cambridge has a public duty to reveal findings of a consultant’s report ordered by a human rights tribunal, says a Cambridge mother whose son was denied access to a city summer camp.
Recently, the city was ordered by the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario to pay the Cambridge family $12,000 in damages after the 12-year-old boy was denied partial access to a nine-week camp at John Dolson Centre pool in 2008.
Reveal Human Rights Review Findings: Mother. Read full article.