Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005

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The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 is a statute enacted in 2005 for the purpose of improving accessibility standards for Ontarians with physical and mental disabilities to all public establishments by 2025. Some employers began taking steps to bring their organizations into compliance in 2005.[1]



  1. ^ Alison M. Konrad, Kaye Leslie, Don Peuramaki (October 2007). "Full accessibility by 2025: will your business be ready?". Ivey Business Journal. Retrieved 2012-03-14. It won’t be long before companies in the province of Ontario, like companies in some other jurisdictions around the world, will be obliged by law to accommodate people with disabilities. These authors, who have extensive experience in researching and implementing workplace disability programs and initiatives, provide a concise and comprehensive “how to” for organizations on everything from defining “disability” to meeting their ultimate obligations.