Disability Consultation Report

To better understand how B.C. can become the most progressive place to live in Canada for people with disabilities and their families, government asked British Columbians what they think needs to be done to decrease barriers and increase accessibility.

There was a great response from the community. Almost 30,000 visits to our website and close to 1,150 people participated in 23 accessible, in-person consultation sessions around the province. In total, more than 7,500 comments were received with ideas, suggestions and solutions about how to make B.C. a better place for people with disabilities to live.

The report is a summary of the feedback and ideas received from feedback collected through the consultation process. To ensure accessibility in as many formats as possible, the report is available in the following formats:

To receive a hard copy of the report, please contact us.