A disability is a societal imposition on people who have impairments, making it more difficult for people to do certain activities or interact with the world around them. Due to cognitive, developmental, intellectual, mental, physical, and/or sensory differences, disabled people are “unnecessarily isolated and excluded from full participation in society.” As a result of impairments, people with disabilities can experience disablement from birth, or may be labeled as disabled during their lifetime. The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities defines disability as: long-term physical, mental, intellectual or sensory impairments which in interaction with various barriers may …



NCCIH: National Collaborating Centre for Indigineous Health · 5 April 2024

Chapter 2 of the NCCIH’s Indigenous cultural safety: An environmental scan of cultural safety initiatives in Canada focuses on cultural safety initiatives developed and implemented by the federal government and …

It explores the relevancy of the concepts of ‘disability’ and This report highlights findings from a research

UAP: University of Alberta Press · 5 April 2024 English

nemesis within a genre replete with magic, mutants, and multiverses. They draw from gender theory, disability studies, and cultural theory to demonstrate how cancer in comics enables an examination of power

“the Silver Age superhero has been not only a disability disavower and overcompensator—he [sic] is also

UAP: University of Alberta Press · 2 April 2024 English

All Sky, Mirror Ocean is for everyone looking to understand the complex issues around mental illness and healing. Combining autobiography, research-creation, poetry, and creative philosophy, Brad Necyk uses art and …

justice, and medical humanities research…critical disability studies, mad studies, studies in psychiatry and

CCSC: Centre for the Study of Co-operatives · 27 March 2024 English

With the current investment5 of $300,000 from the Government of Saskatchewan’s Ministry of Justice and Ministry of Immigration and Career Training during the study period, we found a return on …

According to BUS, one individual continued to receive disability benefits in addition to their BUS income. Table subtracting government support to BUS (and one ongoing disability income allotment), government’s net savings ranged recipient of the Saskatchewan Assured Income for Disability (SAID) program. Table D6 shows the costs to government individual, Income component Single individual with disability two children Saskatchewan Income Support Program $15,600 $22,500 Saskatchewan Assured Income for Disability (SAID) 22 $0 $6,000 $0 Federal child benefits23

DDN: Dundurn Press · 26 March 2024 English

A compendium of family scenarios for those dealing with the guilt, worry, and difficult decisions that come with eldercare. Is it time for your aging father to stop driving? How …

passionate, brave, and wise look at dementia, disability, loss, and love. The book is written as a series

Democracy Watch · 23 March 2024 English

While this means the answers to those questions are already known, the witnesses listed below must be called to testify to answer the “Is it true…” questions so that the …

mental or physical disability, and assistance for themselves if they have a disability, and for any litigation

Entertainment Software Association of Canada · 21 March 2024 English

As teachers and parents have gained a greater understanding of the value of device-based learning to support both synchronous and asynchronous teacher-student education, and as teachers have had to learn …

needs to be built around a philosophy that frames disability as a spectrum of abilities rather than an all-encompassing

CRICH: Centre for Research on Inner City Health, St. Michael's Hospital · 21 March 2024 English

represent the diverse perspectives of our patient populations, and especially welcome persons with a disability, racialized persons, First Nations, Inuit or Métis pers.

populations, and especially welcome persons with a disability, racialized persons, First Nations, Inuit or

CIAJ - ICAJ: Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice · 20 March 2024 English

Digital Transformation: Putting People at the Heart of the System

Wolastoqiyik, and Peskotomuhkatiyuk − members of the disability, Black and LGBTQAI2S+ communities, and newcomers

Fraser Institute · 19 March 2024 English

Summary Economic growth in Canada remains sluggish, resulting in several negative consequences for Canadians, including slower growth in employment, incomes, and living standards. Reforming the federal personal income tax system …

Credit 1,360 Medical and Disability 4,873 Medical Expense Tax Credit 2,050 Disability Tax Credit 1,600 Non-taxation injury or death n.a. Registered Disability Savings Plans 115 Disability supports deduction 3 Charity and

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