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. […]Read more
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, […]Read more
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 […]Read more
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 […]Read more