Organizations have current and ongoing obligations under the Ontario Human Rights Code respecting non-discrimination. The Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulation and the Customer Service Standard do not replace or affect existing legal obligations under the Ontario Human Rights Code and other laws in respect to accommodation of people with disabilities. Organizations must comply with both pieces of legislation.
Document Your AODA Violation for All to See
If you have been affected by an Accessibility issue that is not being addressed under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) then this is the place for you.
Here you can document any violations you have run into from business or other Public sector organizations that are not complying with the AODA because the Government is not enforcing it as they should be.
The Government should have appointed Inspectors under the Act by now :
18. (1) The Deputy Minister shall appoint one or more inspectors for the purposes
of this Act and the regulations within a reasonable time after the first accessibility standard is established under section 6.
In this site you can hold them publicly accountable until such time as the Government starts to do its job as they promised by posting your actions, emails and other relevant information for a permanent record or until it has been resolved according to the Law, you just let them know where it is and perhaps they’ll act upon it sooner than later.
Remember you are personally responsible for any content you add to this site so post wisely!
Contact the Premier
Starting October 29, 2012, please DIAL DALTON! Call the office of Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty. The main number is (416) 325-1941. TTY 1-800-387-5559 You can also email the Premier’s office, but a phone call is far, far better. To fill out an on-line form to send Premier McGuinty an email, visit https://correspondence.premier.gov.on.ca/en/feedback/default.aspx