An Introduction To The Accessible Canada Act

The Act is a federal law. It explains how to make spaces and services more accessible. It has to be followed by the federal government and federal businesses and organizations. The Act works with human rights laws. Human rights laws give everybody the right to be treated equally. This includes people with disabilities and Deaf people. These laws protect people from discrimination. The Act gives goals for accessibility. It gives general rules about what federal organizations have to do to make things more accessible.

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