Opinion

Accessibility is a human right, not a privilege

As our nation prepares for a milestone anniversary that celebrates 150 years of proud achievements, I encourage all Canadians to become ‘Barrier Busters’ and work together to make accessibility and inclusion an economic and cultural imperative for the Canada we all deserve.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau created a cabinet position dedicated to Sport and People with Disabilities and mandated his minister, Carla Qualtrough, pictured left, to 'ensure a greater accessibility and opportunities for Canadians with disabilities.' The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

By RICK HANSEN

PUBLISHED : Monday, Nov. 28, 2016 12:00 AM

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