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CCRW Jun 21
Bill C-81 - the Accessible Canada Act received Royal Assent today! This is a significant step forward towards a more
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ARCH Disability Law Jun 21
The Act only applies to things the federal government regulates. For example, transportation on trains and airplanes; broadcasting on television and radio; the military, the government of Canada services and programs like EI, RDSP, CPP; federal employment.
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March of Dimes CA Jun 21
We are thrilled to report that the Accessible Canada Act has received royal assent by . We are grateful for championing this legislation and accessibility, and our partners for strengthening this legislation.
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Rick Hansen Fdn Jun 21
Today the Act becomes law. To the persons with disabilities and disability advocates who worked tirelessly for this, to & everyone who voted for the act, congrats. We are one step closer to making the dream of an accessible Canada a reality.
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Rick Hansen Fdn Jun 20
Thrilled to congratulate in person for their leadership in the creation of the Act. Set to receive royal assent tomorrow, this bill is a significant milestone for Canadians with disabilities & one step closer to an accessible future.
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Carla Qualtrough Jun 21
The Act just received Royal Assent! A historic moment for Canada and for Canadians with disabilities. I am so proud of this Bill and of everyone who contributed to its success. I cannot thank my team and Canada’s disability community enough. Thank you!
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ARCH Disability Law Jun 21
Bill C-81 just received Royal Assent! ARCH is celebrating a more today. Thank you to the disability community advocates and to all disability organizations who worked towards this.
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IncludeMeCa Jun 21
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Accessible Canada Jun 21
The Accessible Canada Act has received Royal Assent! 🎉 This important milestone brings us closer to the ultimate goal: a barrier-free 🇨🇦, where everyone is treated with the dignity they deserve.
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D2L Jun 21
Today is the brightest day of the year in Canada because it's the summer solstice. It's also the brightest day because the Accessible Canada Act ( ) became a reality today! shares what this means for creating a more :
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CNIB Jun 21
One year ago today the Accessible Canada Act was introduced in Parliament. Today, it will receive Royal Assent. It’s time to celebrate. The real work, to make a Canada free of barriers, begins now.
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Lee Craig Jun 23
Replying to @rpaches @theyardsyeg
always has stellar events! Sorry I missed that night. Was Marc Workman, from this summer’s feature story, speaking on the panel? Great information on living and working in the core with accessibility concerns/issues.
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Kids Brain Health Jun 21
Huge news: Bill C-81, the Act and first ever federal accessibility legislation, has reached Royal Assent with unanimous support from all parliamentarians! 🎊
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