What does an ACCESSIBLE CANADA mean to you? Have your say​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
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“To eliminate systemic barriers and deliver equality of opportunity to all Canadians living with disabilities, we will consult with provinces, territories, and other stakeholders to introduce a National Disabilities Act.” 
(2015, Liberal Party of Canada election plan, Page 10)

Be Part of Creating Canada's New Accessibility Legislation

Hon. Carla Qualtrough, Minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities, will be consulting Canadians about what an Accessible Canada could look like. Share your ideas on how to improve accessibility and inclusion across Canada at in-person public sessions held in 18 cities across Canada from September to December.

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Welcoming People with Physical Disabilities​

When working with people with disabilities, or interacting with people with disabilities in your daily life, it is important that you are able to communicate, assist and address in a way that respects their dignity and independence.

Click here to view suggestions for how you can ensure the delivery of accessible and inclusive services and support.

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