Luke Anderson, dressed in a grey sweater and tan pants, sits in his wheelchair posed beside a portable wooden ramp that stands upright emblazoned with the words stopgap.ca.

AT Banter Episode 294 – StopGap Foundation

Rob, Ryan, Steve, and Lis welcome Luke Anderson, Executive Director and Founder of the StopGap Foundation, an Ontario-based non-profit that provides access solutions to businesses in the form of lightweight portable ramps. They discuss everything from Luke’s personal experience with disability and the origins of the StopGap Foundation to the challenges of dealing with local by-laws and policies and even touch on the mysterious caped crusader that goes by the moniker of Ramp Man….

Show Transcript: https://atbanter.files.wordpress.com/2022/07/at-banter-podcast-episode-294-stop-gap-foundation.pdf

Show Notes

StopGap Foundation
https://stopgap.ca/

Episode 146 – David Lepofsky and the Accessible Canada Act

This week we’ve got a very important show – if you only listen to one episode of AT Banter this year, this is the one! Renowned disability advocate David Lepofsky joins us to talk all about C-81, the proposed Accessible Canada Act and details some of the shortcomings of the Act which he and many other disability advocates hope will be rectified before the Act passes into law. Listen in and find out what you can do to help and make your voices heard!

Show Notes

AODA Alliance Website
https://www.aodaalliance.org
EMAIL THE SENATE COMMITTEE!
soci@sen.parl.gc.ca
AODA Alliance on Twitter
@aodaalliance

Email the AODA Alliance
aodafeedback@gmail.com
Accessible Canada Act Is Too Weak to be Effective, Advocates Say (CTV News)
https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/accessible-canada-act-is-too-weak-to-be-effective-advocates-say-1.4224281