CTV News | December 30, 2014
A Montreal woman with disabilities says she may have to stay in a hospital and give up her independent lifestyle because of red tape and bureaucratic rules outlining who can perform specific medical procedures.
On December 3, 2014 United Nations Enable – International Day of Persons with Disabilities, Canada is not a leader in Human Rights for people with disabilities. Canada is a human rights regressive paying lip service to UN
Ottawa, one of Canada’s largest cities, has 950,000 people. Now, imagine this whole population struggling to work good jobs and live comfortably. This is a harsh reality for the over 900,000 Ontarians living with disabilities. Fortunately, with more funding and assistance flowing to families and agencies, the reality is improving. Today, on the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, OASIS is recognizing the Ministry of Community and Social Services’ efforts to end the wait for Ontario’s families in line for social assistance.