TV series Employable Me advocates for inclusivity in the workplace

TV series follows 12 individuals with disabilities in Canada who are given access to a coach or mentor in their chosen work or job field. The main goal of the series is to educate employers about inclusivity.

TV series Employable Me advocates for inclusivity in the workplace

 


Janet Charchuk Talks About What it's Like Having Down Syndrome

Janet Charchuk explains what it's really like to have Down syndrome

 

 


Seattle Moves to End Minimum Wage Exemption for Disabled Workers

Some workers now make 36 cents an hour, according to the Seattle Commission for People with Disabilities.

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'Nothing makes you angrier': Manitoba couple wants steeper fines for parking scofflaws

A Winnipeg campaign is cracking down on illegal use of parking spaces meant for people with disabilities, has had a positive impact since it launched this spring. Between May and and mid-August, the city doled out 1,163 tickets to drivers caught parking in spaces designated for people with disabilities.

'Nothing makes you angrier': Manitoba couple wants steeper fines for...