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An Historic Step On the Road to a Barrier-Free Canada for 4 Million Canadians with Disabilities Today – the Trudeau Government Just Introduced in Parliament for First Reading “An Act to Ensure a Barrier-Free Canada” – Disability Advocates Rushing Now to Size it Up

Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act Alliance
News Release For Immediate Release

June 20, 2018 Toronto: In a major step forward in the national grassroots campaign to make Canada become accessible to four million people with disabilities in this country, the Trudeau Government just introduced in Parliament for First Reading its promised new Canadian accessibility law, called “An Act to Ensure a Barrier-Free Canada”. This law was promised in the 2015 federal election at the request of Canadians with disabilities, to ensure that Canada becomes fully accessible to four million people with a physical, sensory, mental, intellectual, learning, communication or other disabilities.


Please Send Us Your Feedback on the AODA Alliances Draft Brief on the Proposed Recommendations for Revisions to the 2011 Employment Accessibility Standard that the Employment Standards Development Committee Has Circulated for Public Comment`

Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act Alliance Update United for a Barrier-Free Ontario for All People with Disabilities

April 27, 2018

SUMMARY

On March 20, 2018, the Ontario Government invited public comment, which it would give to the Employment Standards Development Committee. That Committee is conducting a review of the 2011 Employment Accessibility Standard, which the Government enacted under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. It aims at removing and preventing workplace barriers that impede employees and job-seekers with disabilities from getting and keeping a job.