The purpose of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act is to make Ontario a better place to live by creating a society that is equal. The Bill not only sets long-term goals for both the private and public sectors to make Ontario barrier-free by the year 2025, but also sets short and medium goals to ensure steady progress is made.
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To comply with the requirements of Ontario's Accessibility laws, municipalities are required to provide accessibility training to employees and volunteers who work with members of the public.
Accessibility Training focuses on the requirements of the Integrated Accessibility Standard Regulations and the Ontario Human Rights Code as it pertains to persons with disabilities.
Accessibility Training Material is available online for viewing by municipal employees, volunteers of the organization and the public.
The Town of Tillsonburg is committed to providing high quality goods and services to all members of the public. Feedback from the public is welcome.
Feedback can also be provided by submitting an Accessibility Comment or Complaint Form.
Alternatively, you can:
- email email@example.com
- phone 519-688-3009
- visit the Customer Service Centre (10 Lisgar Ave.)
To request information in an alternate format, you can:
- Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone us at 519-688-3009
- Visit the Customer Service Centre (10 Lisgar Ave)
Please visit Bell Canada's website to learn how their Bell Relay service supports communication by phone between hearing people and people who are deaf, deafened, hard of hearing, or those with speech disabilities.
BrowseAloud is now available on the Town website to increase accessibility.
By downloading and installing the free BrowseAloud software from TextHelp, you can simply point at text on our pages and it will be read aloud to you.