The Government of Canada has developed a summary of Bill C-81 in American Sing Language. Follow the link below to watch the video.
A picture says a thousand words... the Government of Canada has created two different infographics to help explain the proposed Accessible Canada Act. These are helpful quick references. Follow this link to check them out.
The following link provides a short biography of the present Minister of Public Services and Procurement and Accessibility, the Honourable Carla Qualtrough. Minster Qualtrough is a past paralympic athlete, a mom and she is a lawyer. She has been a minister since 2015.
The following document was created by the Government of Canada. This is a summary of Bill C-81 in plain language. This is an easier read than the legal version of the bill. This version gives you the main components of the bill and defines some of the language used.
On June 20th 2018, Bill C-81 was tabled in the House of Commons and the draft legislation was publicly released. Bill C-81 is also known as the proposed Accessible Canada Act. The purpose of the proposed Act is to benefit all Canadians, especially people with disabilities, by identifying, removing and preventing barriers in areas that are under federal power. The following link goes to the Government of Canada's website.