Please note that CDAC does not currently have the funding and resources to maintain current updates on provincial / territorial accessibility legislation. We recommend that you contact accessibility and human rights groups in your area.
The following scan of accessibility legislation and guidelines was done in 2016. At that time, CDAC reviewed provincial documents for how they included the accessibility needs of people with communication disabilities.
Manitoba’s Accessibility Guide for Public Sector Organizations How to Create your Accessibility Plan
Response from Manitoba’s Disability Office (PDF), January, 2016
Saskatchewan’s Disability Strategy People before systems: Transforming the experience of disability in Saskatchewan. June 2015.
CDAC feedback on Saskatchewan’s Disability Strategy, August 2015.
Nova Scotia’s Report from The Minister’s Advisory Panel on Accessibility Legislation Access and Fairness for All Nova Scotians, 2015.
CDAC feedback on Nova Scotia’s Report. August 2015
Response from Disabled Persons Commission letter (PDF), September 2015
British Columbia’s Accessibility 2024. One Year Update. Accessibility 2024: Making B.C. the most progressive province in Canada for people with disabilities by 2024. June 2015.
CDAC feedback on British Columbia’s Accessibility 2024. September 2015.
Contact BC’s Accessibility Leadership
CDAC’s Briefing for Amendments to the AODA regulations (PDF) January 2016
Accessibility Directorate of Ontario. ADO Handbook for Accessible Employment
ADO Response to CDAC (PDF) September 2015
Contact the Accessibility Directorate of Ontario
Newfoundland and Labrador
Provincial Strategy for the Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities in Newfoundland and Labrador. Access. Inclusion. Equality.
Provincial Strategy for the Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities in Newfoundland and Labrador. Action Plan 2015-2018
Minister Jackman’s response to CAN (PDF) November 2015
Contact Disability Policy Office