Accessibility Standards Canada
Accessibility Standards Canada creates and reviews accessibility standards for federally regulated organizations. It also supports and promotes innovative research that aims to identify and eliminate barriers, and to prevent new ones.
Services and information
Accessibility Standards Canada creates accessibility standards that will apply to the federal government and federally regulated organizations.
Accessibility Standards Canada funds research that aims to identify, prevent and eliminate accessibility barriers to create future accessibility standards.
Promotional campaigns and initiatives.
Evaluations, audits, annual reports, and other corporate reports.
About Accessibility Standards Canada
- Celebrating one year since the enactment of the Accessible Canada Act
- Government of Canada announces appointments to the Canadian Accessibility Standards Development Organization
- Canada's first federal accessibility legislation comes into force
- Canada's first federal accessibility legislation receives Royal Assent
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Help Accessibility Standards Canada determine priorities for engagement, accessibility standards and research.
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