Accessible Canada – creating new national accessibility legislation : what we learned from Canadians.: Em4-16/2017E-PDF
“In November 2015, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau asked Minister Carla Qualtrough to engage Canadians directly about what is needed in new legislation that would help remove barriers and prevent new barriers from being created for persons with disabilities. In June 2016, Minister Qualtrough began her discussion with Canadians by launching a new website, Accessible Canada, where she asked all Canadians to think about what accessibility means to them and what it could mean for their communities. Between June 2016 and February 2017, over 6,000 Canadians and over 90 organizations shared their ideas about an accessible Canada, marking the largest and most accessible consultation on disability issues that Canada has ever seen. The consultations reflected the spirit and hope that Canadians have toward the proposed legislation and strove to honour the disability community’s principle of “nothing about us without us.” Canadians were encouraged to share their ideas and were offered many different opportunities to do so"--p. 7.
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|Department/Agency||Canada. Employment and Social Development Canada.|
|Title||Accessible Canada – creating new national accessibility legislation : what we learned from Canadians.|
|Variant title||Creating new national accessibility legislation : what we learned from Canadians|
|Other language editions||[French]|
|Note(s)|| Issued also in French under title: Canada accessible - élaborer une loi nationale sur l’accessibilité : ce que nous avons appris des Canadiens. |
"May 29, 2017."
Issued also in print format.
|Publishing information||[Gatineau, QC] : Employment and Social Development Canada, 2017.|
|Description||33 p. : col. charts, ill.|
|Catalogue number|| |
|Departmental catalogue number||SSD-190-05-17E|
|Subject terms|| Accessibility for persons with disabilities |
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