Employment & Labour

Making the workplace an accessible place

By Doug MacLeod

The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, (the “AODA”), is a statute aimed at developing, implementing and enforcing standards that promote accessibility for people with disabilities in Ontario. This law is being phased-in over 20 years. The AODA has the potential to improve many Canadians lives but it faces one major problem: lack of compliance. Read More at MacLeod Law Firm Blog

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