Central Island joins conversation on accessibility, inclusion
All are invited to a meeting on Oct. 18 at the Comox Legion, on the development of accessibility legislation in B.C. (Marianne Bos, Unsplash.com)
The province wants to hear from you about accessibility on the central island.
A community meeting is on tap, to discuss the development of accessibility legislation in B.C.
On Oct. 18, minister of social development and poverty reduction, Shane Simpson, is hosting an in-person session.
Those with disabilities, their friends and families, accessibility advocates and self-advocates are urged to come.
Also invited are organizations, experts, businesses and people to help define what future legislation could look like.
The meeting will be held at the Comox Legion from 5:30pm to 8:00pm.
All are welcome to attend and offer feedback about their experiences with accessibility, inclusion, barriers and what matters most in the development of accessibility legislation.
To register or to read the document that provides information on how the meeting will be structured, click here.
You can also provide feedback through an online questionnaire at the above link until Friday Nov. 29 at 4:00pm.