CRTC Accessibility Plan

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Are you a person living with a disability? We want your feedback!

The CRTC is currently developing its Accessibility Plan under the Accessible Canada Act (ACA) and the Accessible Canada Regulations. This plan will set a roadmap to improve accessibility at the CRTC. The CRTC is therefore consulting on the experience of Canadians in their interaction with our organization including participating in public hearings, browsing our website, or filing a complaint. The accessibility of telephone, TV or Internet services is out of scope for the CRTC’s Accessibility Plan. Those matters will be dealt with in the Accessibility Plans of the specific service providers.

The CRTC has undertaken a preliminary accessibility assessment, with the goal of identifying current or potential barriers and to proposing initiatives to remove or reduce these barriers to accessibility. The barriers identified and the proposed initiatives are presented here, under "Documents", and will inform the CRTC’s first Accessibility Plan.

To ensure that our accessibility plan leads to meaningful improvements and reflects the perspectives of persons living with a disability, we are asking for your crucial feedback on the barriers identified and the proposed initiatives to help reduce, eliminate or prevent them.

You can participate in this consultation via our tools below or by attending one of our virtual roundtables for which you can register by filling out the form below.

Information on this consultation is also available in French.

This page will close for comments on October 7, 2022 at 8:00 p.m. EDT.

If you have questions or would like to provide your feedback in an alternate format, please email consultations@ltrt.ca or call 1-855-249-5665.

Are you a person living with a disability? We want your feedback!

The CRTC is currently developing its Accessibility Plan under the Accessible Canada Act (ACA) and the Accessible Canada Regulations. This plan will set a roadmap to improve accessibility at the CRTC. The CRTC is therefore consulting on the experience of Canadians in their interaction with our organization including participating in public hearings, browsing our website, or filing a complaint. The accessibility of telephone, TV or Internet services is out of scope for the CRTC’s Accessibility Plan. Those matters will be dealt with in the Accessibility Plans of the specific service providers.

The CRTC has undertaken a preliminary accessibility assessment, with the goal of identifying current or potential barriers and to proposing initiatives to remove or reduce these barriers to accessibility. The barriers identified and the proposed initiatives are presented here, under "Documents", and will inform the CRTC’s first Accessibility Plan.

To ensure that our accessibility plan leads to meaningful improvements and reflects the perspectives of persons living with a disability, we are asking for your crucial feedback on the barriers identified and the proposed initiatives to help reduce, eliminate or prevent them.

You can participate in this consultation via our tools below or by attending one of our virtual roundtables for which you can register by filling out the form below.

Information on this consultation is also available in French.

This page will close for comments on October 7, 2022 at 8:00 p.m. EDT.

If you have questions or would like to provide your feedback in an alternate format, please email consultations@ltrt.ca or call 1-855-249-5665.

Your Feedback

The CRTC has identified barriers, successes, and opportunities related to the accessibility of our organization. These lists are provided in the CRTC Accessibility Assessment Summary which can be  found in PDF and Word formats under the Documents tab of this webpage (on the right).

Do these lists accurately reflect your experience interacting with the CRTC? What did we get right? What are we missing?

Prefer to share your feedback in an alternative format?

The CRTC will be hosting virtual roundtables, where ASL and LSQ interpretation will be provided. Join us for a live discussion where we can continue this important conversation. Register for this open event in the Virtual Roundtables tab.

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Page last updated: 21 Sep 2022, 01:53 AM