- December 21, 2018
- Laura Lepine
- Comments Off on CHRT to Hear Complaint of Women with Service Dogs Forced off Flight
The Canadian Human Rights Tribunal (“CHRT”) will hear the complaint of two visually-impaired Toronto women who were removed from a flight at Pearson Airport because of their service dogs.
Amal Haddad, Nayla Farah, and Farah’s daughter allege that, though they had all the necessary papers and had travelled with service dogs many times before, the flight crew on their Jet Airways flight had them removed for refusing to muzzle their service dogs. » Read the rest “CHRT to Hear Complaint of Women with Service Dogs Forced off Flight”
- June 19, 2017
- Comments Off on CBC covers our clients’ fight for more accessible software in the federal public service
The CBC published a story about our client’s case against the federal government regarding inaccessible internal government software and websites. You can read the full CBC story here (link). Our client, a long-time federal public servant with a disability, faced barriers with widely-used software in public service. This negatively affected her ability to do her job. » Read the rest “CBC covers our clients’ fight for more accessible software in the federal public service”