Accessibility 2024

Accessibility 2024 is a 10-year action plan to make B.C. more accessible for people with disabilities.

The plan is designed around 12 building blocks. These are the themes that emerged from the disability consultation process. The building blocks contain goals and commitments, and create a vision of what success will look like.

Two Years of Progress

Since Accessibility 2024 was launched in 2014, government, business and the disability community have worked together on implementing the plan, with advice and guidance from the Accessibility 2024 Leadership Team. While there’s still a lot to be done, there has been much progress in raising awareness around accessibility and building more inclusive B.C. communities and businesses.

The Accessibility 2024 Year Two Progress Update shares what has been done so far for each building block. Highlights include:

Building Blocks

Visit each building block for goals, actions and highlights of progress to date:

Image listing the twelve building blocks that make up Accessibility 2024.

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Federal Consultation

The Government of Canada is consulting on federal accessibility legislation.

What's New

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Learn about the progress government has made over the last two years:

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