Centre of Expertise for Standards and Research on Accessibility
Welcome to Accessibility Standards Canada’s Centre of Expertise. It was created to centralize and facilitate access to Accessibility Standards Canada’s:
- standards, including those being co-developed and under development, and
- research that has received funding through our grants and contributions program.
All standards and research found in our Centre of Expertise support the Accessible Canada Act’s seven priority areas. The areas were identified through consultation with people with disabilities.
We encourage you to explore our Centre of Expertise to learn about the innovative work that we do in supporting a barrier-free Canada by 2040. This one-stop Centre of Expertise organizes standards and research by priority area. The 7 images below each represent a priority area. Some research projects may touch on more than one priority area. This is because barriers can include anything - physical, architectural, technological or attitudinal - that hinders the full and equal participation of Canadians.
Click or press on one of the images to begin exploring.
EmploymentLearn more : Employment
Built environmentLearn more : Built environment
Information and communication technologies (ICT)Learn more : Information and communication technologies (ICT)
Communication (other than ICT)Learn more : Communication (other than ICT)
Procurement of goods, services, and facilitiesLearn more : Procurement of goods, services, and facilities
Design and delivery of programs and servicesLearn more : Design and delivery of programs and services
TransportationLearn more : Transportation