Review of accessibility act released with proposed fixes

A mandatory review of the province’s Accessibility for Manitobans Act has been released with recommendations for improvement.

Theresa Harvey Pruden, who was hired more than a year ago to do the review and has three decades of experience in the provincial public sector, said in the 81-page report she looked at all five areas of accessibility standards the province is working on. However, with only one implemented, the review of the others was “constrained by the degree of implementation to date.”…

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