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Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada

Programs and Services

BC Ferries

  • Financial Assistance
  • Travel and Transportation

A BC resident with a permanent physical or mental disability can apply for a Disabled Status Identification (DSI) card, qualifying its holder for reduced rates when traveling with BC Ferries. The DSI card also applies to an escort if one is needed. BC Ferries also encourages passengers with disabilities to fill out and bring with them the C-MISTform so that staff on board are aware of their needs in case of an emergency.

Discounts are available for passenger rates only - not for vehicle rates. Must present government photo ID to get a discount.

Passengers requiring the use of an over height vehicle equipped with a mechanical wheelchair lift or ramp may travel at the posted under height vehicle (car) rate, with or without a DSI card.

Mail to:BC Ferries, Attn: Customer Service Support

Suite 500, 1321 Blanshard Street, Victoria, BC V8W 0B7

Call:1-888-223-3779 OR 771

Email:customerservice@bcferries.com

Web:http://www.bcferries.com/travel_planning/disabilit...

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