In June 2019, after a year of deliberation and amendments in the Canadian government, Canadians are celebrating the passing and royal assent of the Accessible Canada Act (ACA). This Act complements and adds detail and clarity to the Human Rights Act, passed in 1977, which prohibits discrimination by federally regulated agencies against a number of different groups including citizens with disabilities. The existing Human Rights Act prohibits discrimination on the basis of based on race, national or ethnic origin, colour,… Continue Reading Accessible Canada Act
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