Help get the Ontario government to keep its promise to people with disabilities.

In 2005 the government passed the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) that requires Ontario to become barrier free for people with disabilities by 2025.

With only seven years to go Ontario is far behind where it needs to be.

An independent legislative review of the law has found that the government has fallen far behind in it’s implementation.

A photo is worth 1000 words. Thousands of photos will make a barrier free Ontario a reality.

People with disabilities need your support. Without public pressure the government will not fulfill their obligation to people living with disabilities.

Join our campaign. When you come across barriers:

  1. Take a selfie with them
  2. Post them to social media
  3. Tag them #AODAfail