Max Brault of BDO Canada, Mahadeo Sukhai of CNIB, Alfred Spencer are interviewed by Beth Robertson of the Conference Board of Canada about Life After Covid-19 for persons with disabilities on Accessibility TV

Life After Covid-19 Q&A Part 2

Life After Covid-19 Q&A Part 2 We resume the conversation of Life After Covid-19 Q&A Part 2 with James MacKenzie speaking….Since you brought up an interesting thing there, this ability to work the way we’re working right now at this moment having a conversation, I don’t know the capabilities of the people. I’m talking to them, I’m seeing their faces and I’m hearing their voice and what they have to say, and that’s what I’m Read more…

James MacKenzie is interviewed by Beth Robertson of the Conference Board of Canada about Life After Covid-19 for persons with disabilities on Accessibility TV

Life After Covid-19 with James MacKenzie

A New Epoch for Canadians with Disabilities Beth: When we were talking earlier, James, you had mentioned accommodations and how Covid-19 is transforming some of these relationships in the workplace between employer and employee. More of Life After Covid-19 with James MacKenzie interview continues. So, my first question for you and is…In what ways has the experience of Covid-19 transformed our approach to business and workplace relations between employer-employee. And how has it impacted even Read more…

Alfred Spencer Accessibility Directorate Ontario is interviewed by Beth Robertson of the Conference Board of Canada about Life After Covid-19 for persons with disabilities on Accessibility TV

Life After Covid-19 with Alfred Spencer Accessibility Directorate Ontario

A New Epoch for Canadians with Disabilities Beth: So Alf, you obviously have a vast amount of government experience. Judging from this past experience, how do you think Government can effectively respond to the emergent needs of a post Covid-19 world to ensure no one, including people disabilities, are left behind? More of Life After Covid-19 with Alfred Spencer interview continues. Alfred: Okay, well, I want to start with sort of a thought for everybody. Read more…

Mahadeo Sukhai of the CNIB is interviewed by Beth Robertson of the Conference Board of Canada about Life After Covid-19 for persons with disabilities on Accessibility TV

Life After Covid-19 with Mahadeo Sukhai of the CNIB

A New Epoch for Canadians with Disabilities Now, obviously working remotely, working on online, being more flexible and creative is a good way to respond to some inclusion issues. But considering that people with disabilities, like all people, are diverse, they’re not homogeneous. They have different needs, and they experience the world, and in this particular situation, in various different ways. This Life After Covid-19 with Mahadeo Sukhai of the CNIB interview continues. How in Read more…

Max Brault of BDO Canada is interviewed b y Beth Robertson of the Conference Board of Canada about Life After Covid-19 for persons with disabilities on Accessibility TV

Life After Covid-19 with Max Brault

A New Epoch for Canadians with Disabilities So, to get us started on this webinar my first question is… can you tell us more about why you wanted to organize this webinar? Why do you think it is important to discuss people with Disabilities in a Post Covid-19 world at this time? This Life After Covid-19 with Max Brault interview continues. Max: Well, I think that we’re now living more and more in an atmosphere Read more…

Virtual Conference online floor plan and layout

The Best Virtual Meeting Online Event Platform

When you first join the meeting, it’s exactly like walking into a room at a conference or meeting center. You can clearly see the whole floor plan with individuals clustered around various tables on the floor, but you can only see and hear the conversation at your own table. A quick visual survey of the room gives you an idea of where you want to be. You double-click on a table that looks like it Read more…

The Business of Accessibility website front page

Accessible Canadian Resource Portal Launches

Every link and recommendation on Accessiblebusinesshub.ca, from employment law to getting groceries, has been vetted through a team of Canadians with Accessibility needs. The links must first be verified and then the information is scrutinized before it gets added to the list. This ensures that the user can find the actionable info they need, when they need it and know that someone has actually verified it’s efficacy. The Accessible Business Resource Hub The living document, Read more…

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