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Disability Travel: Canada for the Disabled Document List

This page contains the full list of articles and documents from the Disabled World Canada category. Though some documents may have since been updated, or revised, they are still listed by their original publish date, with the most recent documents first.

Disability Travel: Canada for the Disabled Publications

2012-06-03 : Carriage of Mobility Aids - Canadian Transportation Agency Resource Tool : Carriage of Mobility Aids for air rail and inter-provincial ferry carriers to assist travelers planning and preparation for travel involving mobility aids.

2009-01-19 : Whistler Accessible Accommodation and Attractions Information : Information on accessible attractions and accommodation in Whistler BC for people with a disability including disabled travelers.

2008-12-31 : Does Canadian Health Care Cover Visitors to Canada : As a visitor to Canada you can purchase health care insurance and benefit from public services in the Canadian territory.

2008-12-27 : Disability Transportation and Travel Information in Canada : Government information concerning disability travel and transportation in Canada including parking permit use.

2008-12-27 : Canada Disability Travel Using Via Rail Trains : Travel tips for sight and hearing impaired persons when traveling aboard Via Rail trains in Canada.

2008-12-23 : Visiting Whistler in British Columbia Canada : The Whistler area of Canada brings happiness to millions of visitors in a whole variety of ways.

2008-12-21 : Accessible Vancouver in British Columbia Canada : Vancouver has a reputation as being one of the most accessible cities in the world for travelers with disabilities.

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