Communicate, Collaborate, Celebrate with Accessibility Standards Canada
Please note that the event Communicate, Collaborate, Celebrate that was scheduled to take place in Toronto on April 6, 2020, has been postponed. Your safety and well-being is of the utmost importance to us. This decision is due to the evolving situation surrounding the Coronavirus. A new date for the event will be communicated once it is identified.
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Accessibility Standards Canada will host its first ever annual public meeting where the Board of Directors will meet the Canadian public for the first time. The event will also act as the official launch of the organization.
Join us (online or in person) for an open discussion on how we can work with persons with disabilities towards a Canada free of barriers.
The board of directors and Chief Executive Officer will lead Accessibility Standards Canada’s first annual public meeting. They will provide an update on what the organization has accomplished so far, what it means for Canadians with a disability, and what the next steps will be. The meeting will also be broadcast live on Facebook.
This event is your opportunity to be heard and provide feedback. Do you know how we can improve accessibility standards in Canada? How can we better serve persons with disabilities? Take part in one of the 3 break-out sessions at the event (listed below) and share your ideas with us.
Topic 1: Research projects
What type of research projects should we provide funding for in the future?
Topic 2: Standards development priorities
In what areas should we focus for the next set of accessibility standards?
Topic 3: Engaging with the community
How can we better engage with persons with disabilities? What are your expectations for our organization?
Celebrate the launch of Accessibility Standards Canada
To close out the day, we will officially launch Accessibility Standards Canada. Be there to celebrate one of the most important milestones for persons with disabilities in Canada in over 30 years.
Registration is closed at this time.
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