Third Annual General Meeting

Barrier Free Saskatchewan“Let’s be accessible”Endorse BFSK at barrierfreesk@gmail.com You are invited to Barrier Free Saskatchewan’sThird Annual General MeetingOn November 27, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Due to Covid 19 Social Distancing Guidelines, the meeting will be heldOver Zoom Conferencing. The Annual General Meeting will include entertainment and voting for Board positions. Please RSVPContinue reading Third Annual General Meeting

Reply to LIFE THREATENING CRITICAL TRIAGE PROTOCOL

Barrier Free Saskatchewan“Let’s be accessible” Endorse BFSK at barrierfreesaskatchewan.org October 29, 2021 Honourable Scott MoeRoom 226 2405 Legislative DriveRegina, SK, S4S 0B3 Re: LIFE THREATENING CRITICAL TRIAGE PROTOCOL Honourable Scott Moe: Barrier Free Saskatchewan (BFSK) continues to be gravely concerned with the province’s Critical Medical Triage Protocol and unanswered questions regarding the issues of discriminationContinue reading Reply to LIFE THREATENING CRITICAL TRIAGE PROTOCOL

:Life Threatening Critical Triage Protocol

Barrier Free Saskatchewan                                          “Let’s be accessible” Endorse BFSK at barrierfreesaskatchewan.org September 20, 2021 RE: Life Threatening Critical Triage Protocol Honourable Scott Moe Room 226 2405 Legislative Drive Regina, SK, S4S 0B3>premier@gov.sk.ca 1 (306) 787-9433 Dear Honourable Moe, Barrier Free Saskatchewan (BFSK) continues to be gravely concerned with the province’s Critical Medical Triage Protocol. We believe thatContinue reading :Life Threatening Critical Triage Protocol

Response from Paul Merriman Critical Medical Triage Letter

  File: 21-319 Robin EastPresidentBarrier Free Saskatchewan(barrierfreesk@gmail.com) Dear Robin Premier Scott Moe has forwarded me your email and letter regarding critical medical triage during the COVID-19 pandemic. I appreciate being informed of the views of Barrier Free Saskatchewan with respect to access to care for persons with disabilities. The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) has policiesContinue reading Response from Paul Merriman Critical Medical Triage Letter

British Columbia Introduces Accessibility Act

We are pleased to let you know that the Honourable Nicolas Simons, Minister of Social Development and Poverty Reduction recently introduced the Accessible British Columbia Act. If passed, this proposed legislation will set British Columbia on the path to a more accessible and inclusive province for people with disabilities. In particular, the proposed legislation will allow governmentContinue reading British Columbia Introduces Accessibility Act

Letter to the Office of Disabilities ACCESSIBLE WASHROOM LEGISLATION

Barrier Free Saskatchewan                                   “Let’s be accessible”Endorse BFSK at barrierfreesaskatchewan.org Wednesday, March 24, 2021  Executive DirectorOffice of DisabilitiesDaryl Stubel1926 Broad StreetRegina, SK,  S4P3V6Daryl.Stubel@gov.sk.ca Daryl, I ask you and Minister Carr, the Minister for Persons With disabilities, why the washroom issue has not been addressed in Saskatchewan. I ask this because over five hundred complaints were filed againstContinue reading Letter to the Office of Disabilities ACCESSIBLE WASHROOM LEGISLATION

February 22, 2021 Response from Minister Carr

February 22, 2021                                                                                                                        Ref: 161LC (72-21) Robin East, PresidentBarrier Free Saskatchewanbarrierfreesk@gmail.com Dear Robin East: I am disappointed to hear of the cancellation of our upcoming meeting. I was looking forward to meeting with you and the Barrier Free Saskatchewan membership to discuss issues and concerns related to the disability community. Having officialsContinue reading February 22, 2021 Response from Minister Carr

Letter to Honorable Minister Carr

Barrier Free Saskatchewan Nothing About Us Without Us Let’s be Accessible! www.barrierfreesaskatchewan.org February 9, 2021 Honorable Minister CarrMinister of Social ServicesMailing Address Room 303, Legislative Building2405 Legislative DriveRegina, SaskatchewanS4S 0B3 Minister Carr, Barrier Free Saskatchewan (BFSK) previously requested that you meet with our membership to discuss the Saskatchewan Party platform on Persons With Disabilities broughtContinue reading Letter to Honorable Minister Carr

Letter to Premier Moe: Critical Medical Triage

Premier Moe: Barrier Free Saskatchewan is concerned with the province’s medical protocol. We believe that a critical care triage must occur when beds and/or treatments are at a critical point. However, our concerns lie with the rationing or triage of life-saving critical medical care where the possibility of discrimination based on disability will occur. WeContinue reading Letter to Premier Moe: Critical Medical Triage