"Victoria City Council has voted unanimously to push the province for legislation that will help people with disabilities. Other provinces have moved forward with such legislation, while BC has not. The motion, brought forward by Councillor Jeremy Loveday, calls for a strong and effective BC Disabilities Act.
The motion reads that despite progress, British Columbians with disabilities encounter a variety of physical, sensory and technological barriers, as well as those related to communication, education and employment."
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