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VOTE FREE
Canada's federal election - October 19 2015

All polling sites in Canada MUST feature either
power assisted door openers or
dedicated person to assist with door openings."

On Election Day your voting station:
must be BARRIER FREE when you enter your polling station.

Email Stop Ableism if your polling station does not have barrier free doors - Let us know - Email - information@stopableism.org

Remember:

Elections Canada promised that for this current election there would be:

1. power assisted door openers at ALL polling stations

2. a dedicated person to assist with the door openings.

Check out your own polling station.
Take a photo of any non-accessible door

Email STOP ABLEISM with the photo

Help to improve accessibility for future elections.

Let us know - Email - information@stopableism.org



How is society affected by Ableism?

new city hall in Guelph Ontario Several laws in Ontario address accessibility and some requirements have existed since the 1980s. Since then, progress on accessibility has been made in some areas and by some organizations.

Despite this, accessibility remains limited.

People with disabilities still do not have equal access to services, employment, transportation, information or buildings that others in Ontario enjoy. They cannot count on accessibility being available.

The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 was passed with the goal of creating standards to improve accessibility across the province.


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