“I think people with disabilities should ask for more money.
Other people are asking
and now they are getting it.
We only have a little
and they are getting 4 more handfuls.
We are getting one finger
like we are small
and being ignored.”
Written by: Michelle McDonald
According to a recent Angus Reid survey, two-in-five Canadians living with disability (40%) indicate they are worried about money often or all the time — this is almost double the figure among Canadians with no disability (23%).
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