Office of the Chief Accessibility Officer

The Office of the Chief Accessibility Officer (OCAO) works to support the efforts of the CAO to monitor and report on accessibility outcomes. This includes serving as a trusted source of information and actively engaging with numerous partners and the public. The OCAO is committed to challenging assumptions and promoting a productive dialogue around accessibility.

About the Office of the Chief Accessibility Officer

Related links

Follow these links to learn more about the Accessible Canada Act, it’s goals, and the many individuals, departments, and entities responsible for implementation.

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