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The Board is committed to building a culture of inclusiveness for the public that uses PBC services, for PBC employees and Board members. The Board will work to ensure that anyone can access its programs and services with independence and dignity.
This plan describes the measures the PBC will undertake to remove and prevent barriers to individuals with disabilities. The goals outlined in the plan address identified gaps pertaining to accessibility and establish commitments towards making the PBC more accessible over the next years. The PBC is committed to achieving these goals.
The Accessible Canada Act (2019) requires that Federal Departments publish Accessibility Plans. However, the mission behind this Plan goes far beyond meeting a requirement.
The RCMP supports the development and application of an Accessibility Strategy to identify, address, and prevent barriers to inclusivity for all employees, partners, and clients of the RCMP, especially persons with disabilities. The Accessibility Plan leverages input from employees, partners, and clients, particularly those who identify as personas with disabilities, that we received through a variety of consultations and engagements, which will remains an ongoing element of this Plan.
On this page:
- Message from the Deputy Ministers of IRCC
- Background on IRCC
- Organization contact information
- Definitions and key terminology
- Accessibility Plan process
- Accessibility plan overview
- IRCC accessibility vision
- IRCC accessibility goals
- ACA principles
- IRCC’s current accessibility-related initiatives
- Priority area structure
- Priority areas
- Built environment
- Information and communication technologies (ICT)
- Communications other than information and communication technologies
- Procurement of goods, services and facilities
- Design and delivery of programs and services
- Reporting and …
This plan supports our goal of building a skilled and diverse workforce reflective of Canadian society. It showcases the work that has already started at CSE towards identifying and removing barriers for persons with disabilities and acknowledges that we have much more work to do.
The Veterans Review and Appeal Board has developed this Accessibility Plan to meet its responsibilities under the Accessible Canada Act and to persons with disabilities.
This is the official accessibility plan for the Patented Medicine Prices Review Board.
The Office of the Auditor General of Canada Accessibility Plan 2022–25 provides an overview of our mandate, our accessibility initiatives to date, and our commitments for the coming 3 years.
2022-2025 Accessibility plan for the Office of the Information Commissioner: Moving toward a more accessible OIC
The first National Security and Intelligence Review Agency Accessibility Plan 2022 – 2025 outlines the activities necessary to address barriers in priority areas identified in accordance with the Accessible Canada Act.