In 2005 Ontario passed the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).  This act was the first step toward paving the way for a more accessible Ontario, and starting in January of 2012 the accessibility requirements for public organizations started to become mandatory.  The number of people in Ontario with disabilities is over 15% of the population, and that number grows every year.  The necessity for web accessibility is no longer debatable.

Read more