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The Accessible Canada Act (ACA) requires federal organizations, such as the Office of the Secretary to the Governor General (OSGG), to prepare and publish accessibility plans, set up feedback processes and report openly on progress.
Canadian Heritage is strongly committed to contribute to a barrier-free Canada. The Plan marks an important step in our work to identify, prevent and remove barriers for persons with disabilities. It is our guide to become a model of accessibility in the public service.
The NCC has developed this Accessibility Plan to meet its responsibilities under the Accessible Canada Act and to persons with disabilities.
The Accessible Canada Act (the Act) establishes the goal of making Canada barrier-free by January 1, 2040. The NRC accessibility plan is structured to include elements based on the guidance from the Office of Public Service Accessibility. The accessibility plan guides our efforts over the coming 3 years and includes regular monitoring, consultation and feedback.
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- Message from the President and the Executive Vice-President
- Message from the Persons with Disability Co-champions
- SSC’s Accessibility Commitments
- Appendix A: Consultations with persons with disabilities
The OPC supports a culture that embraces diversity and inclusion in order to provide the highest quality of service to Canadians and enable the full participation of its employees, clients and stakeholders in the delivery of its activities and its mandate. This document sets out the OPC’s plan for reducing barriers and preventing the introduction of new barriers over the next three-year period.
Statistics Canada: Road to Accessibility 2023 to 2025
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- Message from the Chief Statistician and Diversity and Inclusion Champion
- Message from the Champion for persons with disabilities
- Workplace accommodation
- Areas described under the Accessible Canada Act
- Built environment
- Information and communication technologies
- Communication, other than information and communication technologies
- Procurement of goods, services, and facilities
- Design and delivery of programs and services
- Employee consultation on the current state
- Engagement on …
The Public Services and Procurement Canada Accessibility plan 2023 to 2025 is our approach to accessibility: it describes our consultations and commits to accessibility goals.
Under the Accessible Canada Act, every federally regulated entity is required to publish an accessibility plan by December 31st, 2022. This is our plan to reduce, remove, or eliminate barriers to accessibility at Transport Canada.
Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions (DEC) 3-Year Accessibility Plan, based on the Accessible Canada Act and Regulations