Join the Toronto Accessibility Advisory Committee

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The Toronto Accessibility Advisory Committee (formerly the Disability, Access and Inclusion Advisory Committee) provides advice to City Council on the elimination of barriers faced by people with disabilities and acts as a liaison with external bodies on barriers to participation in public life and to the achievement of social, cultural and economic well-being of people with disabilities. The committee also provides advice to City Council about the requirements and implementation of accessibility standards and the preparation, implementation and effectiveness of accessibility reports as required by the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA).

Apply by February 17, 2019, if you are interested in being considered for the upcoming appointments to the Toronto Accessibility Advisory Committee.

Apply here.

Terrence
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I am passionate about people and focused on developing meaningful opportunities for people with accessibility needs through social entrepreneurial initiatives in journalism, consulting, and arts. As a TED talks junkie, I would love to hear your story and ideas. Reach out and connect with me!

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