Accessibility feedback sought by province

Kamloops residents will have the opportunity to make their voices heard next month when it comes to the development of accessibility legislation in B.C., according to a press release Tuesday from the province.

Shane Simpson, minister of social development and poverty reduction, will be in the city on Nov. 12 for an in-person meeting with people with disabilities, their friends and families, advocates, experts and business owners.

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Everyone is welcome to attend and participate.

The meeting is slated to take place at Lii Michif, 707 Tranquille Rd., between 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.

Those unable to attend can also submit feedback electronically by going online to

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