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Judith Thompson and her RARE Theatre Company chew on meaty and moving monologues, but the idea of interweaving their stories feels contrived more

Theatre

"When i looked in the mirror any tiny flaw was all I could see. I tied up a lot of my self-worth in that instead of thinking of myself as a divine creature." more

Love Your Body

"So many people don’t like the things that make them stand out, but I think we really need to embrace those differences and make them sparkle." more

Love Your Body

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Invictus Toronto

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

News

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Aaron Broverman

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

News

Documentarian and friend remembers the groundbreaking comedy giant more

Comedy

For people in wheelchairs, seeing a movie in T.O.’s theatres can be an awkward, alienating experience more

Interviews & Features

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Courtesy of Tangled Art + Disability

Toronto artist's first solo show at Tangled Art + Disability offers unconventional but welcome perspectives on vaginas and menstruation more

Art

"I couldn’t see myself going back to acting because I didn’t feel I had a place there. You don’t see a lot of people who look like me on the stage or on the screen, and sometimes you need those kinds of role models – to see yourself, to feel like you more

Love Your Body

"When you finally listen to what your body is saying, it's beautiful. You realize, 'Oh my gosh, I've been fighting you this entire time.'" more

Love Your Body

It is the only chance you have to appear before decision-makers and describe your situation in your own words. more

News

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Aaron Broverman

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

News

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

Think Free: The NOW Toronto blog

Persimmon Blackbridge's Constructed Identities

Photo by DJ McCreary

New gallery gives unprecedented access to creators and gallery-goers with disabilities more

Art

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

News

Jackman Avenue and Jarvis Collegiate students assemble prosthetic hands for kids in need more

News

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Aaron Broverman

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

Food

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

News