In Ontario, the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) regulates accessibility issues and aims to improve accessibility in areas that affect the daily living of people with disabilities.

Municipalities have obligations regarding accessibility and must meet standards in the following sectors: information and communications, employment, transportation, design of public spaces and customer service.

In 2014, the Village of Casselman has adopted a multi-year accessibility plan that details our strategies to identify, remove and prevent barriers in order to improve accessibility for all of our residents, employees and visitors. You may consult our Accessibility Plan online. 

Accessibility Compliance Reports

The Municipal Elections Act, 1996 requires municipal administration to submit a report to Council on the accessibility of elections for all voters. For more information, please consult the administrative report DG-001-2015 (in French) (PDF).

Comments and Suggestions on Accessibility

We welcome your suggestions and comments on the accessibility of our facilities and services. To forward your comments, please contact the Chief Administrative Officer or fill out the online Accessibility Feedback Form

Accessibility Links and Resources

Ontario Laws on Accessibility 

Training for an Accessible Ontario