Canada Accessibility

Canada Accessibility – Canada does not have a single consistent national standard for accessible signs. The country has a Canadian Disability Act which requires that public spaces be made accessible, but the provinces, localities, and agencies are allowed to design their own codes and guidelines. Many groups in Canada build their own code off of the guidelines established by the Canadian Standards Association, a non-profit membership organization charged with establishing standards that can be employed by different groups in the country. The Canadian Standards Association’s guideline is CAN/CSA B-651 95 Barrier-Free Design. Currently, the following codes and guidelines are built off of the CSA’s work.

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Canadian Accessibility White Paper

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