I attended the British Columbia Framework for Accessibility Legislation in-person Community meeting on November 2, 2019 in Vancouver. The goal was to give feedback and get realistic perspectives from others. It was a spirited conversation.
The intent of this session was to gather feedback from individuals in the community who currently rely on and are involved with accessibility and inclusion needs — students, entrepreneurs, caregivers, employees, employers, advocates, retirees and others.
As well, the session was also attended by many organizations who work closely with these individuals including lawyers, non-profit organizations and provincial government representatives. …