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August 19, 2016

The federal government is inviting the public to take part in a national conversation to discuss what accessibility means to them and to share their vision of an accessible Canada.

The national consultation process will assist in the development of planned accessibility legislation to promote equality of opportunity and increase the inclusion and participation of Canadians who have disabilities or functional limitations.

There are many ways to participate in the discussion, including online through Canada.ca/Accessible-Canada, or by attending public sessions starting this fall across the country.

Check the consultation website for updates, and follow @AccessibleGC on Twitter, Accessible Canada on Facebook and the hashtag #AccessibleCanada. The consultation process will run until February 2017

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