See below for a message from Citizens with Disabilities Ontario.
Sorry for the short notice.
Please Circulate Widely, especially for Ontario!
There is room for additional participants!
You are invited to attend a forum on National Accessibility and Inclusion Act, (NAIA), Tuesday evening at 7:30 PM EST, January 10, 2017, in CWDO Auditorium 1.
Your input is requested to inform CWDO’s submission about what the Act should include.
Captioning will be provided for this discussion.
Please use this link:
When the Auditorium 1 page comes up, please read carefully. You may need to download a plug-in or an App, depending on what technology you are using.
If, for some reason, Auditorium 1 does not work for you, please call to have your input counted.
Thanks to CCD for supporting the teleconference.
Conference Participant Code number is: 2622423515#
Below my name is the notice which has been appearing in our CWDO Newsletters.
We hope you can join us Tuesday evening,
*CWDO forum on federal consultation
Join us on Tuesday, January 10 at 7:30 PM to share your views on what should be included in federal government legislation to address accessibility.
The forum will be held in Auditorium 1 in our accessible, online conferencing system. Go to our conference rooms and choose Auditorium 1. First time users – choose the download that matches your computer or phone device.
Please register for the forum on national accessible legislation to let us know you’re coming and to let us know of any accommodation needs you may have to participate in this online discussion (for example, captioning).
*Take our survey on national accessibility laws
The accessibility yardstick could be moved considerably with accessibility legislation that applies to federally-regulated organizations at the federal public service.
CWDO will be submitting a response to the federal government’s consultation and we would like to reflect our members’ views in that response.
Please take CWDO’s survey on national accessibility legislation and let us know what’s important to you.
Read Barrier-Free Canada’s principles and their Discussion Paper about what could be included in the legislation.
Together we are stronger.