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Opinion | BY RABIA KHEDR | October 17, 2022
Disability Inclusion Minister Carla Qualtrough, right, with Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland in August 2020. Following the introduction of Bill C-22, disabled Canadians felt heard and validated after feeling left behind by the government’s ableist responses to the pandemic, writes Rabia Khedr. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY RABIA KHEDR | October 17, 2022
Opinion | BY RABIA KHEDR | October 17, 2022
Disability Inclusion Minister Carla Qualtrough, right, with Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland in August 2020. Following the introduction of Bill C-22, disabled Canadians felt heard and validated after feeling left behind by the government’s ableist responses to the pandemic, writes Rabia Khedr. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade