Ontario Should Consult People With Disabilities Before Making Laws to Protect Them | Andrew Morrison-Gurza
Ontario Should Consult People With Disabilities Before Making Laws to Protect Them | Andrew Morrison-Gurza: In 2005, the Province of Ontario enacted the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. The goal of this act was to make Ontario fully accessible and inclusive to Persons with Disabilities (PwD) by 2025. This is an important piece of legislation, insofar as it recognizes PwD are an integral part to our social fabric in Ontario. Moreover, the AODA recognizes that more must be done, which is invariably a great start.
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