AllAccess was produced by the Canadian Urban Institute and Human Space, a consulting division of Quadrangle, with support from the Government of Ontario.

CUI is an applied research organization dedicated to achieving healthy urban development. As a non-profit, non-partisan organization, CUI acts with integrity, impartiality and a commitment to achieving positive change. Broadly, our work supports decisions that sustain economically, socially and environmentally resilient communities.

Human Space is a collaborative of experts, architects and designers working with city builders and place makers to create spaces for all. The team practices a human centered approach to design that considers people first and incorporates broadest perspectives to arrive at better solutions.

EnAbling Change Program is an initiative of the Ministry of Seniors and Accessibility. Through the Ministry, the EnAbling Change Program provides financial support and expertise to incorporated non-profit organizations which have wide reach to help organizations comply with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act.

Accessibility Advisers

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Luke Anderson, StopGap
Luke is the Co-founder and Executive Director of StopGap Foundation, which helps communities discover the benefit of barrier free spaces and provides support to create them. StopGap aims to create a world where every person can access every space

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Dan Barra-Berger
DanĀ is a Toronto-based stand-up comic, accessibility advocate, YouTuber, and backpacker who speaks on living and travelling with a visual disability. He is a strong advocate for accessible travel, open dialogue, and inclusion. Recently, Dan was a featured comic and speaker at the 2018 ReelAbilities Toronto film festival.

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