The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 is Provincial legislation that sets out standards of compliance to ensure that services provided to Ontarians with disabilities are accessible and provided in a manner that uses reasonable efforts consistent with the core principles of:

Dignity – services are provided in a respectful manner consistent with the needs of the individual;

Independence– services for persons with disabilities shall support their independence while respecting their right to safety and personal privacy;

Integration – allow people with disabilities to fully benefit from the same service, in the same place and in a similar way; and

Equality of Opportunity – persons with disabilities are given the same opportunity to benefit from the services provided as other clients.

To this end, the Municipality of Huron Shores has adopted the following:

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