Accessibility is a human right. Full stop.
We want accessibility to be a priority for everyone that we work for and with, and we hope you want that too. In fact, since 22% of Canadians are affected by a disability, it’s also a necessary step for businesses to ensure they don’t leave almost a quarter of Canadians behind.
Here’s what you can expect us to do moving forward:
Bring up accessibility.
Build accessibility into our processes.
Advocate for accessibility—always.
Accessibility means much more than changes to contrast and font size—it requires changing your entire mindset.
There’s No One-Size-Fits All Solution
We want to train ourselves to always ask, “Who is this piece leaving behind? What can we change to include them?”
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