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Le Code des droits de la personne de la Saskatchewan et les chiens d’assistance

Le Code des droits de la personne de la Saskatchewan Le Code des droits de la personne de la Saskatchewan (le «Code») exige l’hébergement des personnes handicapées, y compris des personnes qui utilisent des animaux de service, dans le logement, l’emploi, l’éducation et l’accès aux services et […]

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Human Rights Legislation in Saskatchewan and Service Dogs

The Saskatchewan Human Rights Code The Saskatchewan Human Rights Code (the “Code”) requires the accommodation of persons with disabilities, including persons who use service animals, in housing, employment, education, and access to public services and places.  Disability is a protected category under the Code.  It includes physical and […]

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La loi sur les chiens d’assistance dans la province d’Alberta

La province de l’Alberta a créé une loi intitulée “The Service Dogs Act” qui complète la Loi sur les droits des aveugles en donnant aux Albertains handicapés qui utilisent des chiens de service qualifiés le droit d’accès aux lieux publics. Les personnes handicapées qui sont accompagnées de […]

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Service Dog Legislation in the province of Alberta

The Alberta Service Dogs Act The Province of Alberta has created legislation called  The Service Dogs Act complements the Blind Persons’ Rights Act by providing Albertans with disabilities who use qualified service dogs the right of access to public places. Individuals with disabilities who are accompanied by qualified service dogs must […]

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Loi sur les chiens-guides et les chiens de service de la province de Colombie-Britannique

En janvier 2016, la province de Colombie-Britannique a mis en œuvre la nouvelle Loi sur les chiens-guides et les chiens de service. Les propriétaires d’entreprise, les propriétaires, ou des individus au service de l’hébergement public  ont l’obligation d’accommodement raisonnable aux personnes handicapées. Cette loi exige que les […]

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Service Dog Legislation in the Province of British Columbia

In January 2016 the Province of British Columbia implemented the new Guide Dog and Service Dog Act.  Business owners, landlords, or individuals serving the public or providing lodgings have an obligation to reasonably accommodate persons with disabilities. This legislation requires that service dog teams, or dogs-in-training have government issued […]

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Are you wondering about the signs of Operational Stress?

A few possible signs of an Operational Stress Injury: Fatigue/sleep disturbances (trouble falling asleep, nightmares, restless sleep, excessive sweating at night) Mood changes/irritability (short fuse)/growing inflexible attitude. Frustration with failure/Frustration with incompetence of others. Difficulty managing stress. Difficulty concentrating/memory loss. Difficulty communicating (withdraws/speaks in the form of […]

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