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Toronto is hosting 550 adaptive athletes from 17 countries this week. Here's why you should cheer them on more

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"This is not an environment that is imbalanced or patronizing; this is just human beings understanding and supporting other human beings," says Robin Green, whose twin girls, Sydney and Isabella, attend the IKP class and don’t have disabilities. more

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Haily Butler-Henderson filed a human rights complaint after a bar owner allegedly wouldn't let her use the washroom. The complaint raises an obvious question: why are so many of the city's bathrooms in basements, anyway? more

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Haily Butler-Henderson says the person working at Pentagram Bar and Grill was worried she could fall en route to the toilet and the business could be liable more

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There are plenty of guys learning the submissions and chokes of a fighting style popularized by the UFC. But I also have cerebral palsy – that's when things start to get interesting. more

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Service Ontario rolls out new safeguards against people without disabilities taking advantage of accessible parking spots and free parking more

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Torontonians bare (almost) all for the camera to promote body positivity. more

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Highlights from this year's Fan Expo more

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Time to bleach your hair and find that mood ring, because Neve Campbell and Gillian Anderson are coming to town more

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Team Canada continues to show its mettle at the Parapan Am Games, racking up gold, silver and bronze in record time. Here are five of our most promising - and inspiring - athletes more

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Hosting more than 1,600 athletes from 28 countries, Toronto 2015 is the largest Parapan Am Games in the competition's history. more

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North America's first accessible food truck delivers high-end restaurant-quality food for everyone more

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Inspired by his psychologist, Alex Ross builds a support system for local podcasters more

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The Toronto Taxicab Licence has improved mobility for many people, but some third party car services are still operating illegally more

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Toronto's accessibility future could depend on one controversial downtown ramp more

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Indiegogo campaign appeals to Toronto's love of coffee culture to fund barista training more

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StopGap.ca's founders hope to make Toronto more accessible with free ramps for shop owners more

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