Report of Legislative Review of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (Released Feb. 13, 2015)
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Welcome to the official Reviewer’s website for the 2013-14 legislative review of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).
The Lieutenant Governor in Council appointed Dean Mayo Moran of the University of Toronto Faculty of Law to conduct the second independent review of the province’s accessibility legislation in September 2013. Her mandate as reviewer is a broad one, and Dean Moran will be examining Ontario’s progress towards achieving the goals for accessibility set out in the AODA.
Throughout her year-long review, Dean Moran will meet with representatives of the many stakeholder groups affected by the AODA, including individuals with disabilities and representatives from the obligated sectors under the legislation.
From March through April 2014, the Reviewer will be personally conducting public consultations in Toronto, Ottawa, London, and Thunder Bay, as well as a number of online consultations to accommodate those in other communities. Please visit the Public Consultations page to learn more about the details of these consultations.
Dean Moran also welcomes individual comments or submissions on the legislation via the feedback form on this website. Your comments will be reviewed by the Reviewer and be treated as completely confidential.
The Review will conclude in late Summer of 2014, with the Reviewer’s report being submitted to Dr. Eric Hoskins, Minister of Economic Development, Trade and Employment, in the Fall of 2014. The Reviewer’s report will be posted on this website.
This website has been designed with accessibility in mind, and uses the WCAG 2.0 standards for accessibility. If you have any comments regarding the accessibility features of this website in particular, please use the feedback form as well.