From December 3, 2013 to March 11, 2014, the B.C. government consulted with British Columbians to better understand how government, businesses and communities can increase accessibility and decrease barriers for people living with disabilities. The feedback collected during the consultation process was summarized in a Disability Consultation Report as a document that reflects the voice of British Columbians.
Feedback received through the disability consultation process is available here:
Engagement total: 23 in-person sessions in 15 communities, 1,149 attendees, 116 community champions, 27,965 site visits, 696 toolkit downloads, over 4,500 in-person suggestions, 1,650 solutions wall posts, 1,103 online comments, 405 other submissions, 1,281 Tweets