What Plans Does THE McGuinty GOVERNMENT Have for Keeping Its 2011 Election ACCESSIBILITY Promises?

SEVEN CABINET MINISTERS REPLY TO OUR INQUIRIES BUT GIVE VERY FEW SPECIFICS

In the 2007 Ontario election, Premier Dalton McGuinty wrote us to make a series of important election promises on the issue of disability accessibility. We found it frustrating at times over the next four years when we tried to get the Government to keep those promises. No single cabinet minister had lead responsibility for all accessibility issues across the Ontario Government. The Minister of Community and Social Services is responsible for implementing the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, but is not responsible for ensuring that the Ontario Government itself uses all the tools it can to become accessible and promote accessibility across society.

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