The 4th
AODA Review

Help define the future of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and disability regulatory policy in Ontario. Share your experiences. Share your thoughts. Share your ideas.

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It's All
About Experience

By law, the AODA must be reviewed every three years. The review should assess the progress made towards the goal of an “accessible” Ontario by 2025 and recommend actions to the provincial government to achieve this goal. The focus of the fourth review is the experience of people with disabilities (PWD).

Learn more about the review →

Upcoming Events

To understand your experiences, we need to listen to you. Please find below a series of events to help us understand your experience with disability in Ontario.

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October 18, 2022

Virtual Town Hall
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November 8, 2022

Virtual Town Hall

Help Us Understand
Your Experiences

To understand, we must listen. Engage with us. Tell us how you experience disability in Ontario.

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Resources

There are many reports, laws and policies that you may want to refer to in our conversations. We have collected some of them together to make your experience a little easier.

*Resources will be made available in the coming weeks. Check back soon!

Public Reports

Reports generated by various levels of government.

Disability Demographics

The acts. The standards. The regulations.

Laws & Standards

Government statistics defining disability’s scope and scale.

News & Updates

As we release updates, new events and reports they can be found and shared to stay up-to-date.

A Statement and Tribute on the passing of David Onley

A Statement and Tribute on the passing of David Onley

On January 14, 2023, David Onley, former Lieutenant-governor of the Province of Ontario passed away. Canada lost a leader. Many of us lost a friend.

Read the statement →
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A Statement from Rich Donovan

Read the statement by Rich →

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