Canadian Human Rights Commission: Accessibility

Man in a wheelchair wearing a mask and medical gloves accepts a box of groceries from a woman wearing a mask and gloves

Statement

COVID-19 Putting Disability Rights at Risk

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Report

Roadblocks on the Career Path: Challenges Faced by Persons with Disabilities in Employment

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The purpose of the Accessible Canada Act is to benefit everyone, especially persons with disabilities, by helping to create a barrier-free Canada. 

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Key Dates

Man in wheelchair and his daughter playing with soap bubbles

Inaugural National AccessAbility Week

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Person in a wheelchair holding hands with people standing in a circle in a park

Creation of the Council of Federal Accessibility Agencies

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Royal Assent of the Accessible Canada Act

Man in wheelchair with group of friends walking along a city street

Coming into Force of the Accessible Canada Act

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Disabled man with artifical leg working in a furniture factory

Launch of the Public Service Accessibility Strategy

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A student in a wheelchair uses the access ramp in front of school building, surrounded by other students talking in small groups.

Introduction of Bill C-81: An Act to ensure a barrier-free Canada (Accessible Canada Act)

Learn more about Introduction of Bill C-81: An Act to ensure a barrier-free Canada (Accessible Canada Act) here
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