Accessibility

A wheelchair accessible taxicab in Castlegar, B.C. (Black Press Media file photo)

B.C. announces new funds to offset costs of running wheelchair-accessible taxis

Province hopes change increases availability of rides to people with mobility challenges

 

Donna Seedorf-Harmuth and Phil Harmuth spend quality time together on Cox Bay. (Cathy Thicke photo)

Free beach wheelchairs create shoreline opportunity B.C. couple thought gone forever

Accessibility grant making lives better, organizations encouraged to chase theirs

 

Friends of the Rossland Range invite the public to come enjoy a walk along its new mountain trail. Hard packed and easily accessible, the path boasts two benches with forest and mountain views, and an easily accessible cabin and outhouse for those with disabilities. (Photo by Rob Richardson)

Rossland Range introduces accessible trail for all

Friends of Rossland Range added a ramp to Booty’s Cabin to make it wheelchair accessible

 

Joudelie King wants to get out and live life to the fullest, but there are places she can’t go because they don’t meet her accessibility needs. (submitted photo)

New online tool provides accessibility map for people with disabilities

The myCommunity BC map provides accessibility info for nearly 1,000 locations in the province

Joudelie King wants to get out and live life to the fullest, but there are places she can’t go because they don’t meet her accessibility needs. (submitted photo)