Government of Canada – Canada Research Chairs
Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Requirements and Practices
The Government of Canada and the Canada Research Chairs Program (CRCP) are committed to excellence in research and research training for the benefit of Canadians. Achieving a more equitable, diverse and inclusive Canadian research enterprise is also essential to creating the excellent, innovative and impactful research necessary to seize opportunities and for responding to global challenges. As such, the program is committed to the federal government’s policies on non-discrimination and employment equity.
Government of British Columbia – Building a Better B.C. for People with Disabilities
The B.C. government is committed to building a better B.C. for people with disabilities. We work with the disability and business communities, to help create opportunities for meaningful employment, support greater independence, and provide full community participation for people with disabilities in B.C.
Manitoba’s Accessibility Standard for Employment
Manitoba’s Accessibility Standard for Employment is the second standard under The Accessibility for Manitobans Act. Its purpose is to remove and prevent barriers that affect current and potential members of Manitoba’s labour force.
Government of New Brunswick – Premier’s Council on Disabilities
The Premier’s Council on Disabilities is a body for consultation, study and information sharing, which was created to advise the provincial government on matters relating to the status of persons with disabilities.
Government of Newfoundland and Labrador – Buildings Accessibility
View Building Accessibility amendments, guidelines and regulations related to improved accessibility and equality for all persons.
Nova Scotia Accessibility Directorate
Responsible for implementing and administering the Nova Scotia Accessibility Act and addressing broader issues related to disability.
Prince Edward Island – AccessAbility Supports
Providing supports and assistance to Islanders living with disabilities to enable them to reach their full potential and contribute to society as fully as possible. Disabilities may include physical, intellectual, neurological, sensory and mental disabilities.
Québe Accessible is a grassroots initiative advocating for a strong provincial accessibility law. This law would help promote inclusion and fight disability discrimination (ableism) by removing and preventing barriers facing people with disabilities.
Government of Ontario – Accessibility Laws
Ontario has laws to improve accessibility for people with disabilities. Learn about the standards you need to follow and reporting deadlines for complying with accessibility requirements.
Government of Ontario – People with Disabilities
Information on how creating a province where every person who lives or visits can participate full makes good sense–for people, businesses and communities.
EnAbling Change: Increasing Accessible Employment
March of Dimes Canada, with the support of Government of Ontario, has developed free training resources to increase the capacity of employers in the Information Communication and Technology (ICT) sector to attract, employ and retain people with disabilities.
Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act
Learn about the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act.