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The Law Commission of Ontario (LCO) is interested in your comments on our Draft Framework for the Law as it Affects Persons with Disabilities. We are hoping to hear from all those individuals and organizations who may either use or be affected by the Draft Framework, including policy-makers, community organizations, service-providers and persons with disabilities themselves.

Please tell us:

  • Whether the principles on which the Draft Framework is based are meaningful, and can help improve laws, policies and practices as they affect persons with disabilities,
  • What you would like legislators and policy-makers to understand about the circumstances and experiences of persons with disabilities when they are making or implementing laws, policies or practices,
  • Any suggestions for making the framework easier to use or more effective.

For more information about the Draft Framework, you can refer to the accompanying Background Paper: Principles for the Law as it Affects Persons with Disabilities.

 

Share your feedback

1. Send us a written submission by mail, fax or email:

Law Commission of Ontario
Project on the Law as it Affects Persons with Disabilities
2032 Ignat Kaneff Building, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University
4700 Keele Street, Toronto, ON M3J 1P3
Fax: (416) 650-8418
E-mail: LawCommission@lco-cdo.org 

 

2. Call us to arrange a time to talk about your experiences, ideas and comments in person or on the telephone:

Local:   (416) 650-8406
Toll-free: 1 (866) 950-8406
TTY:  1 (877) 650-8082

 

Accessibility and Accommodations: The LCO is committed to accessibility and to accommodating the needs of persons with disabilities, in accordance with our Accessibility Policy. Please let us know if you require alternative formats for any of our documents, or require accommodations in order to provide your feedback to us.

 

Confidentiality: We will protect the confidentiality of the information that you send us, in accordance with our Privacy Policy.

 

Deadline for feedback : Wednesday, May 2, 2012