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Save-On-Foods apologizes to B.C. man after accessibility features removed from shopping app
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Save-On-Foods has apologized to a B.C. man after a number of accessibility features were removed when the grocery chain updated its online shopping ...

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Long-awaited Vendôme tunnel will finally open Monday
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Delayed by several years and more than $30 million over its initial budget, the long-awaited newly accessible tunnel linking the Vendôme Metro ...

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Changes at Parlee Beach means improved access for people with disabilities
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New Brunswick’s largest beach will once again be open to the public starting Friday and visitors to Parlee Beach Provincial Park will notice some ...

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Halifax wheelchair user could wait 6 weeks for apartment elevator fix; company offers $50 rent rebate
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After a Halifax woman spoke out about her son being stuck in a building with a broken elevator, she found out the repair could now take even ...

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Sidewalk debate: London, Ont., Civic Works Committee grants no exemption for any street – London
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London, Ont., city council’s Civic Works Committee has voted against exempting any street that’s set to receive a new sidewalk this summer.The ...

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Halifax wheelchair user ‘trapped’ in apartment due to 15-day-long elevator repair
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A Halifax mom is advocating for her son with disabilities, who hasn’t been able to leave his apartment for more than two weeks, due to an ...

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Community of Liverpool, N.S., raises thousands for new fully accessible play place – Halifax
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The community of Liverpool, N.S., and surrounding areas have joined forces to raise thousands of dollars for a new universally-designed play park ...

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‘Choked me up’: motorized wheelchair takes hunter into the wild for the first time
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It can plow through a foot of fresh snow with ease, climb steep hills and traverse rugged prairie terrain.After time spent advocating for better ...

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Municipalities, riders have wish lists ready for ‘transformative’ federal public transit funds – Halifax
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Nova Scotia municipalities and transit users are welcoming a federal $14.9-billion commitment to public transit projects, and some say, their wish ...

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Nova Scotia first province to adopt Hansen Foundation curriculum in schools
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HALIFAX – Nova Scotia’s Education Department is teaming up with the Rick Hansen Foundation to provide inclusion and accessibility teaching materials ...

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Accessibility advocates say Peggy’s Cove viewing deck will ensure safe access for all – Halifax
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The recent public announcement of a multimillion-dollar project that would see an accessible viewing deck constructed at Peggy’s Cove, has been met ...

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Nova Scotia investing $3.1M for construction of viewing deck on Peggy’s Cove shore – Halifax
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The province of Nova Scotia announced Friday that it will be investing $3.1 million to support the construction of an accessible viewing deck on the ...

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