Take a look at the AODA Alliance's efforts to get the Ontario Government to effectively enforce the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act
- Toronto Star Editorial Blasts the Wynne Government for Too Much Secrecy and Not Enough Action on Disability Accessibility – Will the Wynne Government Finally Agree to Waive Its Fee and Make Public All the Information on the Disabilities Act's Implementation and Enforcement that AODA Alliance Chair David Lepofsky Sought under the Freedom of Information Act Over Two Years Ago?
- New Democratic Party and Progressive Conservative Party Call on the Wynne Government to Make Public All Information that AODA Alliance Chair David Lepofsky Requested in His June 4, 2015 Freedom of Information Application, on the Disabilities Act's Implementation and Enforcement Without Charging a Fee – and Other Developments on the Freedom of Information Front
- News Release Information and Privacy Commission Orders the Wynne Government to Reveal Its Plans for Enforcing Ontario's Accessibility Law, and Finds the Government Tried to Charge the AODA Alliance, an Unfunded Disability Coalition, over Five Times the Fee It Could Justify – Disability Coalition Presses the Government to Make "Freedom of Information" Free
- Click here to download in MS Word Format the July 28, 2017 Ruling of Ontario's Information and Privacy Commission in the Case of David Lepofsky v Ontario Government