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Download the Ontario Government's Fall 2012 Proposals for Reforming The Accessibility Provisions of the Ontario Building Code
March 28, 2013
In the fall of 2012, the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing of the Ontario Government conducted a public consultation, to conclude on March 1, 2013, on its proposals to reform and improve the accessibility provisions of the Ontario Building Code. The Government circulated a plain language explanation of its proposed reforms, and a longer technical document setting out its proposed reforms. The longer technical document was only made available in PDF, despite the fact that PDFs are well known as being able to present significant accessibility problems for some people with disabilities.
- Download in MS Word format the Ontario Government’s fall 2012 plain language Consultation Paper on its proposed accessibility reforms to the Ontario Building Code.
- Download in MS Word format the Ontario Government’s fall 2012 technical description of its proposed accessibility reforms to the Ontario Building Code.
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