Include everyone, keep everyone: Your guide to web accessibility in Canada

No matter where you live in Canada — from British Columbia to Newfoundland and Labrador — you’ve likely noticed
‘web accessibility’ becoming an area of greater focus for governments and organizations in recent years.
By definition, web accessibility means that all web content is accessible — meaning it can be perceived, operated and understood — without barriers by people of all abilities and disabilities.
In this white paper from Siteimprove, you’ll get a better understanding of Canada’s accessibility laws, the current state of accessibility in Canada, and how your organization can get started in becoming digitally inclusive.

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