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ARCH’s Summary on Government of Canada’s Draft Accessible Canada Regulations

ARCH's Summary on Government of Canada’s Consultation on Draft Accessible Canada Regulations…Read More

ARCH’s Summary of CRTC’s Accessibility Reporting Regulations

ARCH's Summary of CRTC's Accessibility Reporting Regulations…Read More

Learn about Accessible Canada Act draft regulations and how to give your input

The Government of Canada, the Canadian Transportation Agency and the CRTC are asking for feedback on 3 Accessible Canada Act draft regulations. ARCH Disability Law Centre is holding virtual webinars to give people with disabilities, disabled persons organization and disability organizations more information. …Read More

Intervention submitted to the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission

June 12, 2020

This submission was provided to the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission to intervene in its proceeding "Call for Comments – Regulations to be made under the Accessible Canada Act"…Read More

Intervention submitted to the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission

June 12, 2020

Intervention of ARCH Disability Law Centre submitted to the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Telecom and Broadcasting Notice of Consultation CRTC 2020-124: Call for Comments – Regulations to be made under the Accessible Canada Act June 12, 2020 Table of Contents INTRODUCTIONSUMMARY OF RECOMMENDATIONSARCH’S RESPONSE TO THE CALL FOR COMMENTSA. CONTENT OF REGULATIONS AND GUIDANCE…Read More

Inclusion Without Assimilation: Responding to Disability Legislation in Canada

May 12, 2020

Virtual engagement session for feedback on how the Accessible Canada Act can respond to the unique needs of Indigenous women and gender diverse people with physical, cognitive, visual, sensory, or hearing-related impairments.…Read More

Fact Sheet – What is the new Accessible Canada Act (ACA)?

July 30, 2019

What is the ACA? The ACA is a new law that aims to achieve a barrier free Canada by 2040. The ACA aims to achieve a barrier free Canada by identifying, addressing and preventing barriers. It defines barrier as anything that hinders the full and equal participation in society of persons with a physical, mental,…Read More

Submission – ARCH’s Recommendations for Strengthening Bill C-81, the Accessible Canada Act (2018)

ARCH’s recommended amendments to ensure that Bill C-81, the Accessible Canada Act, achieves its purpose and potential. This resource is part of ARCH’s Advocating for an Accessible Canada initiative. For more information about the initiative, go to: www.archdisabilitylaw.ca/initiatives/advocating-for-accessibility-in-canada PDF and RTF versions of this submission are available at the end of this page. [Le français…Read More

Plain Language Summary: Legal Analysis of Bill C-81 – Final Report (2018)

October 01, 2018

A summary of the legal analysis of Bill C-81, Accessible Canada Act, in plain language. PDF and RTF versions of this summary are available at the end of this page.…Read More

Paper – Legal Analysis of Accessible Canada Act – Final Report (2018)

This report provides a legal analysis of Bill C-81, An Act to ensure a barrier free Canada. It incorporates feedback that ARCH received from persons with disabilities and disability organizations on the first draft of this report. This resource is part of ARCH’s Advocating for an Accessible Canada initiative. For more information about the initiative,…Read More

Focus: New Federal Accessibility Legislation on the Horizon

About a new legislation intended to increase accessibility and remove barriers that prevent persons with disabilities from participating in society.…Read More

Paper – Considerations for Effective Implementation and Enforcement of the Proposed Federal Accessibility Legislation (2017)

This paper addresses an important legal issue ARCH recommended the Government to address as it developed the proposed federal accessibility legislation: ensuring effective implementation and enforcement of the proposed federal accessibility legislation. ARCH’s Considerations for Effective Implementation and Enforcement of the Proposed Federal Accessibility Legislation were presented to government in its consultation process as it…Read More

Paper – Discussion Paper on Proposed Federal Accessibility Legislation and the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (2017)

This paper addresses an important legal issue ARCH recommended the Government to address as it developed the proposed federal accessibility legislation: the United Nations’ Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and its relationship with the planned federal accessibility legislation. In this paper ARCH provides a legal analysis of the role that the Convention…Read More

Paper – A Federal Disability Act: Opportunities and Challenges (2006)

October 01, 2006

A Paper Commissioned by the Council of Canadians with Disabilities and the Canadian Association for Community Living, advancing a set of tools that could be implemented in a Federal Disability Act, and outlining a model legislative framework to illustrate how proposed strategies and tools might interact. This resource is part of ARCH’s Advocating for an…Read More



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