Saskatchewan allows motorized wheelchairs for disabled hunters


New regulatory changes will allow hunters with disabilities and mobility issues to apply for a permit to use a motorized wheelchair, which comes equipped with thick, all-terrain treaded tracks that can handle the province’s rugged, rolling landscapes.

Carla Qualtrough Speaks about creating the Accessible Canada Act

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“I was a human rights lawyer before I got into politics and became really frustrated by having to wait until people were discriminated against before we could help them…”The Honourable Carla Qualtrough See the whole interview [less than 5 mins], plus insights on the Accessible Canada Act from The Honourable Senator Jim Munson, Frank Folino…

Cerebral Palsy Canada Network Survey


Cerebral Palsy affects over 80, 000 individual Canadians and their families. 

We have developed this survey with the goal of collecting information to address the complex health needs, social issues and barriers to inclusion that individuals with cerebral palsy face.

SaskTel Wireless Accessibility Credit

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SaskTel is opening up the eligibility for the Accessibility Credit (that we launched in 2017) to anyone that has a disability that impacts their vision, hearing, speech, mobility, or cognitive functions. Speech, mobility, and cognitive disabilities have been added to the list of eligibility. Our website has been updated to reflect the change. The following…

Are You Ready to Be a ChairLeader?

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SCI Sask is looking for ChairLeaders across Saskatchewan! The ChairLeader Campaign is designed for all types and sizes of entities such as Business, Organizations, and Hospitality Industries. Whether at a self-employed venture or a large corporation, SCI Sask will support you with an SCI Sask ChairLeader Campaign Connector, and provide challengeideas, an informative presentation, motivation…

SCI Sask Accessibility Strategy

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SCI Saskatchewan Accessibility Strategy is now providing certified consultations, assessments and designations to build a more accessible Saskatchewan.

Government Proclaims AccessAbility Week

Government Proclaims AccessAbility Week Released on May 29, 2018The Government of Saskatchewan is joining many provinces across the country in proclaiming May 27-June 2 as National AccessAbility Week in Saskatchewan.National AccessAbility Week is a time to promote inclusion and accessibility in communities and workplaces.  It is also a time to recognize the efforts of individuals,…

Launch of Awareness Saskatchewan

For Immediate Release December 13, 2017 In recognition of International Day for Persons with Disabilities on December 3, 2017, Spinal Cord Injury Saskatchewan is excited to announce the launch of its Awareness Saskatchewan video project funded by the Government of Canada’s Opportunities Fund for Person’s with Disabilities. The Awareness Saskatchewan video project is a “Good…