Broken elevator prompts Winnipeg man with disability to file human rights complaint

It’s been a week since residents living in a downtown condo complex have been without elevators and some are staying in hotels until the problem is fixed.  On Friday, Global News first brought you the story after dozens of elderly and people living with disabilities were trapped inside their condos at 77 Edmonton Street just off Broadway.    Read the article…………


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