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These portraits from artists around the world made me feel seen.
The actor was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 1991, and had surgery to remove a spinal tumour two years ago.
Warner Bros. has apologized, but people are concerned the film makes limb difference seem gross and scary.
Class sizes are the latest challenge facing neighbourhoods like Toronto's Regent Park.
Provincial parties continue to ignore the barriers that we face before we even get into the voting booth.
Holiday magic for kids who rarely see themselves represented in toys.
Schools’ responses to the COVID-19 pandemic shows online learning is possible — but students with disabilities still need additional support.
She urged parents not to teach their kids to fear people who are different.
As a father-to-be, I had to adapt with every new challenge to support my wife and child.
COVID-19 means accessibility has suddenly become everybody's priority. It should stay that way.
Parents of kids who use educational assistants are panicking about what will happen.
Most dads don’t give carrying their kids this much thought and effort. But I have cerebral palsy.
The change to what legally qualifies a person for disability support will plunge people into poverty, advocates say.
The company's new project aims to make speech recognition software more accessible.
A Canadian project shines light on the range of emotions those with the syndrome experience.
Disabled passengers could see the distance they can travel shortened by new tarmac wait time rules, a lawsuit argues.