As the Ontario Government Continues to Break its Promise to Effectively Enforce Its Disability Accessibility Law, its Minister Responsible for its Enforcement Introduces New Bill into the Legislature to Cut Regulations on Business – Will Accessibility Safeguards Be Kept off the Chopping Block?

A troubling 134 days have now passed since we revealed that the Ontario Government was not enforcing the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, &that there have been Rampant AODA violations in the private sector. The Government still has not made public its promised plan for the AODA’s effective enforcement. Forty days have passed since the Toronto Star reported that the Government would be publicly posting that new enforcement plan “in short order.”