Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) is doing their part to help make Canada barrier-free by January 1, 2040, by complying and supporting the Accessible Canada Act (ACA). ISED is responsible for identifying, removing and preventing barriers in priority areas such as: culture, employment; the built environment; information and communication technologies; communication, procurement of goods, services and facilities; and design and delivery of programs and services.
We all need to make sure that our department, our work and all our interactions are accessible and inclusive of every employee and Canadian, no matter where they come from or what their needs are.
Below you will find ISED's plans and reports supporting the ACA.
Information and reports
Learn about the department's accessibility practices and programs in relation to identifying, removing and preventing barriers.
Should you experience a barrier, we have a fully accessible form to make it easier and faster to report a barrier to accessibility.
Description of the feedback process Amendment
This document details the many options that members of the public have to report barriers, and what will be the process followed when a barrier is reported.