Access-means--EveryoneEverywhere Access means #EveryoneEverywhere

Access means #EveryoneEverywhere

Help make Canada accessible for all (Rick Hansen Foundation)Let's build a Canada that's accessible for all.

March of Dimes Canada believes that all people should be able to go all places, which is why we are excited to share the #EveryoneEverywhere campaign from the Rick Hansen Foundation. 

A lack of physical accessibility in the built environment is a fundamental barrier to inclusion for people with disabilities. If Canadians can’t access the places where we live, work, learn and play, then they’re unable to contribute to and participate fully in society. We all benefit when people with disabilities have the opportunity to share their skills and creativity and reach their full potential. 

“Including every citizen in society isn’t a ‘nice to have’ — it’s the hallmark of a great society.  Great societies become greater when everyone has equal access, is fully engaged, and can realize their potential”. 
– Rick Hansen, Founder RHF

The Impact of Access

Discover the stories of individuals who are benefiting from accessible features at RHF Accessibility Certified Gold sites by visiting

Man with a hearing aid in airport, blind woman with a guide dog walking, man in power wheelchair in a gym, all smiling

Learn More

Visit the #EveryoneEverywhere Rick Hansen Foundation website at to learn more, and discover stories about the impact of access.