What is the Accessibility Canada Act?

The Accessibility Canada Act (ACA) is a landmark non-discrimination law that applies to most organizations in Canada that fall under federal jurisdiction. The ACA officially began on July 11, 2019, and the act is part of a larger program that intends to remove barriers that affect Canadians with disabilities by 2040. 


Originally published as What is the Accessibility Canada Act? at Digital Accessibility Blog

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