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The McGuinty Government has Done Little to Keep 2007 Election Promise on Educating Students and Professional Trainees on Disability Accessibility

November 12, 2009

On July 20 , 2009, the AODA Alliance wrote to three Ontario Government Ministers to ask what the McGuinty Government has done so far, and what else they plan to do to keep Premier McGuinty’s September 14, 2007 election promises to the AODA Alliance, on expanding school and professional trainees’ curricula to include education on ensuring accessibility for persons with disabilities. Today we make public the answers we received from the Minister of Community and Social Services Madeleine Meilleur (responsible for implementing the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act), the Minister of Education
Kathleen Wynne (responsible for schools) and the Minister of Training Colleges and Universities John Milloy (responsible for post-secondary education).