New Ontario Throne Speech Offers More Mental Health and Addiction Supports, but Nothing New on Accessibility for 1.9 Million Ontarians with Disabilities

Most troubling, the Throne Speech emphasizes the Government’s commitment to new infrastructure, without offering anything new to actually ensure that that infrastructure is accessible for people with disabilities. The AODA Alliance has been in the lead in pointing out serious accessibility problems in several new infrastructure projects in Ontario, such as the Ryerson University Student Learning Centre and the Centennial College Culinary Arts Centre.