10 tips for planning an accessible vacation during a pandemic
Travelling in the age of COVID-19 can be more complex than usual for a person with a disability, but that’s no reason to stay put! It is possible to travel safely without too much hassle when you are well informed. With these 10 tips, you should be more confident travelling!Read more
Québec for All, 4th Edition: Plan Your Wheelchair Accessible Vacation
(Re)discovering Québec is a great opportunity emerging from the pandemic! Get inspiration for wheelchair accessible vacations with the brochure Québec for all.Read more
Adaptive Winter Activities
Winter is not the time for hibernation! Québec as a lot to offer.
Snow can present challenges for people with disabilities, but it can also be a great source of fun. All it takes is the right equipment. Adapted winter sports will make you fall in love with the season that practically defines this province!
Discover the surprising Centropolis of Laval
Very close to Montreal, Laval is an underrated destination. Yet, the city has thousands of activities, each more original than the other! The Centropolis is a complex with a multitude of addresses where to meet, entertain, eat, shop or relax. […]Read more