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Accessibility for our residents

The province of Manitoba is committed to improving accessibility for Manitobans. That’s why they passed The Accessibility for Manitobans Act on December 5, 2015 to provide a process to identify, prevent and remove barriers to accessibility.

It’s important that you can access information, services and properties in supporting your health and wellness. We want to ensure we are proactively working to meet the accessibility needs of people in the region so we have developed our 2017 - 2019 Accessibility Plan.

This plan reflects the feedback of 481 staff members and regional residents who identified priority areas for planning focus. It identifies the steps we'll be taking in the next two years to address priorities.


Have a compliment or concern about accessibility in the region? Click to Tell us!

Interested in learning more about French Language Services? Click here for French Language Services / Services en langue française


Related publications:

Manitoba's Accessibility Standard for Customer Service


Staff Training

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