Video of The Inclusive City talk now available

Thanks again to everyone who joined us for The Inclusive City with Luke Anderson, co-founder of the StopGap Foundation, during National Access Awareness Week earlier this year. During this session, Luke was joined by by Paula Saunders, chair of the Built Environment subcommittee of the Grand River Accessibility Advisory Committee. Their conversation explored city design through an accessibility lens to build awareness of barriers to navigating everyday life from the routine of going to work to a spontaneous coffee with a friend

Did you miss it? The recording is now available, hosted by the Canadian Hearing Society's Interpreting and Translation Service.

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Thank you to everyone who joined us for this five-part speaker series in 2022/2023. Together, we explored topics related to how we can make city infrastructure and services more equitable and accessible for all residents. The speaker series has now concluded. If you have any questions, please contact the Planning division at planning@kitchener.ca

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