Publications Archive


  • June 10, 2011
    The Disability Tax Credit is an essential benefit for many Canadians with disabilities.  However, people often encounter problems with the forms and having them completed.  This webinar is hosted by ARCH Disability Law Centre and presented by Brendon Pooran, who discusses issues around the completion of the forms and the benefits that...

Articles and Position Papers

  • March 3, 2010
    ARCH would like to provide the government with a community response to their 10-year strategy on mental health and addictions.  We are inviting our readers to provide us with their thoughts and experiences on access to and content of Mental Health and Addictions Programs to assist us with our submissions. Please read the link below: http://...
  • July 1, 2007
    This article discusses the potential for new technologies, such as Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP), to achieve greater accessibility in telecommunications for people with disabilities. Resources for further information about the potential for accessible telecommunications are provided at the end of the article.  
  • June 29, 2007
    ARCH released a report entitled "Assistive Devices in Canada: Ensuring Inclusion and Independence". The report provides essential information to persons with disabilities about the rules that govern the safety, availability, reliability and cost of assistive devices in Canada. The report also provides suggestions for policy reform that...
  • June 1, 2007
    This article discusses some of the laws that govern telecommunications in Canada, and describes the process followed by the Canadian Radio and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), which is the administrative agency that regulates this industry. The article also describes some of ARCH’s work on accessible telecommunications.