A single step can be a really big issue. Not just for someone who uses a wheelchair.

A Toronto engineer who created a simple, user-friendly ramp that’s made hundreds of businesses more accessible recently received the Everyday Political Citizen award from civic advocacy group Samara Canada. Luke Anderson — who crashed while mountain biking in 2002 and is now quadriplegic — recently left his engineering job to focus on his accessibility foundation, STOPGAP.  Check his TEDx talk too.

Plus, keynote speakers from the 2016 Engineers Without Borders conference, Gillian Barth, President of CARE Canada, and Fred Kuo-Toko (video password is fred) of the Dream Team.

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