Peer-reviewed publications and monographs are an effective means of communicating the work of the CDPA, primarily with academic and professional audiences.
- McColl, M.A., Bond, R., Shortt, C., & Shannon, D. (2016). “People with disabilities and the Charter: disability rights at the Supreme Court of Canada under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.” Canadian Journal of Disability Studies. 5.1, 183-210.
- McColl, M.A., Aiken A., & Michael S. (2015). “Do people with disabilities have difficulty finding a family physician?.” International journal of environmental research and public health. 12.5, 4638-4651.
- McColl, M.A., Giancarlo, A., Shannon, D., Patola, U. (2015) “More than voting booths: accessibility of electoral campaigns for people with disabilities in Ontario.” Canadian Journal of Disability Studies 4.1, 89-110.
- Thompson, S.A., Lyons, W., & Timmons, V. (2014). Inclusive education policy: What the leadership of Canadian teacher associations has to say about it. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 10(2), 175-194
- McColl, M.A., Adair, W., Davey, S., Kates, N., Aiken, A., & Schaub, M. (2013). “The Learning Collaborative: an approach to emancipatory research in disability studies.” Canadian Journal of Disability Studies. 2.1, 71-93.
- Aiken, A. B., & Buitenhuis A. (2011). Supporting Canadian Veterans With Disabilities: A Policy Comparison of Financial Benefits. Kingston, Ont.: Defence Management Studies Program, School of Policy Studies, Queen’s University, in association with Canadian Institute for Military and Veterans Health Research. Print.
- McColl, M.A. & Jongbloed L. (2006). Disability And Social Policy In Canada. Concord, ON: Captus University Publications. Print.