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Accessible Community Forum: Accessible Parking in BC

December 3, 2021 @ 1:00 pm 3:00 pm EST

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Do you feel you have equitable access to accessible parking in British Columbia?

Join us in celebrating International Day of People with Disabilities (IDPWD) on December 3rd, 2021 from 1:00-3:00pm PT in this inclusive and informative online event!

Presented by the  Disability Foundation  and co-hosted by the  ConnecTra Society and the Social Planning and Research Institute of BC (SPARC BC), this next Accessible Community Forum aims to cultivate a conversation between various organizations and our community of people living with disabilities.

Accessible parking is a frequent topic of discussion in our outreach, previous Accessible Community Forums, and affiliated societies’ regular programming. Through our survey and forum, we will build on our current knowledge and broaden our understanding of your needs.

Help us explore possible solutions and resources to bridge the gap between the accessible parking you currently experience, and what it could become. This is an open, honest, and inclusive dialogue between a panel of organizational representatives and our beautiful province’s diverse disability community.

Start the conversation by taking the Accessible Parking in BC Survey by November 27th at 11:59pm. Click here to take the survey.

You are the expert of your experience. Be heard.

If you require any assistance to take the survey, register, or attend this event – please email us at Closed captioning will be available.

Learn more about the Disability Foundation’s Accessible Parking Awareness Month campaign this November at

Check out our previous Accessible Community Forums at