Accessibility Legislation for Saskatchewan
On November 15, 2022, The Accessible Saskatchewan Act was introduced in the Legislative Assembly. If passed, the new legislation will remove and prevent accessibility barriers for persons with disabilities.
1. About Accessibility Legislation
- The Accessible Saskatchewan Act - A Summary of the Bill – This summary provides an overview of what the bill says and why decisions were made.
- Learn More About Accessibility – This page contains links to different websites and additional information for you to learn more about accessibility and accessibility legislation.
2. Past Engagement
The first phase of engagement was on the Act and is now closed. The initial engagement ran from February 4 to March 31, 2021, and provided an opportunity for Saskatchewan people to share their ideas and suggestions for accessibility legislation. Engagement activities included surveys and opportunities to ask a question or share a vision for a more accessible Saskatchewan.