On this International Day for People with Disabilities, We Look Back at Kathleen Wynne’s Written Promises to 1.8 Million Ontarians with Disabilities, Made Four years Ago Today, on What She’d Do on Disability Accessibility if She Became Ontario’s Premier

Let’s look back at a very important letter that Kathleen Wynne wrote to the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act Alliance four years ago today, on December 3, 2012. December 3 is the day which the United Nations declares as the International Day for People with Disabilities.

To set the stage, back in the 2012 fall, Premier Dalton McGuinty had announced his plans to step down as premier. The Ontario Liberal party was holding a hotly-contested leadership race. Whoever won would automatically become Ontario’s next premier.