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Four accessibles cottages you can rent in Québec

A great way to discover the wonders of Quebec is to escape in the comfort of an accessible cottage! What is an accessible cottage?   In an accessible chalet, it is possible to move easily in a wheelchair in all […]

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A tactile model for the Olympic Stadium

The Montreal Tower and the Olympic Stadium can now be explored with your fingertips. The iconic building has been reproduced as a tactile model for the visually impaired, thanks to a collaboration between the Olympic Park, Kéroul and Tactile Studio. […]

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Québec for All: A Travel Guide for People With Disabilities

  Where to borrow an aquatic wheelchair for swimming? What are the most accessible parks in Québec? Where to book a yurt suitable for wheelchair users? The third edition of the Québec for All brochure will answer all these questions, […]

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Where can I borrow a Hippocampe in Quebec?

The Hippocampe is a beach wheelchair specially designed to operate on sand. This water-resistant equipment has two rear wheels and one front wheel. With its detachable wheels, you can use balloon wheels to go into the water, inflatable wheels for […]

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Adapted snowmobiling for persons with disabilities

Quebec is the birthplace of snowmobiling. In the 1930s, Joseph-Armand Bombardier invented the first version of the snowmobile as a way to overcome rural isolation in winter. Since then, the snowmobile has become emblematic of Quebec. Foreign visitors often enjoy a […]

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