Accessibility in the public service
Information on accessibility in the public service, including the accessibility strategy for the public service, supporting initiatives and legislation
Services and information
Proposed Accessible Canada Act, the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, other initiatives to improve accessibility for persons with disabilities
Support for employees with disabilities, injuries and ergonomic requirements in their workplace
Status of Bill C-81, An Act to ensure a barrier-free Canada, in Parliament
Highlight and celebrate the work the Government of Canada is doing to demonstrate leadership in accessibility
Nothing without us: An accessibility strategy for the Public Service of Canada
Our vision is to make Canada’s public service the most accessible and inclusive in the world. Our work is in setting the conditions for the public service of Canada to identify, prevent, and remove barriers to participation for persons with disabilities. Our strategy is a roadmap to prepare the public service to lead by example and become a model of accessibility for others, in Canada and abroad.Read the full strategy
What we are doing
Taking the Accessibility Strategy North, West, and Back Again
Check out Deputy Minister Yazmine Laroche’s latest blog post on accessibility issues.
1st consultation - What We Heard
Results from first consultation with public servants held between and .
2nd consultation - What We Heard
Results from second consultation with public servants held between and .