Ontario plans to implement its Not-for-profit Corporations Act (ONCA) in July of this year. In the unlikely event that you haven't been paying attention, the ONCA will replace the Ontario Corporations Act for not-for-profit organizations that are incorporated in the province (as opposed to federally). Broadly, the changes will...
Have you kept up to date with AODA requirements? Statistics show that one in seven citizens of Ontario has some sort of disability. Not only is it essential for businesses to become accessible in order to take advantage of these potential customers, it's now law!
Today’s post is all about hearing from you! Questions arise as to how organizations are dealing with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act compliance requirements. I want to hear from you about the good, the bad and the ugly! Allow me to share your expertise or stories with the rest of the province. Of course, the idea is to help others meet compliance and use the lessons you've learned to encourage others. As for your bad ideas that turned ugly, organizations can really use that information to avoid similar pitfalls.
Established in 1995, First Reference Inc. (known as La Référence in Quebec) provides Canadian organizations of any size with practical and authoritative resources to help ensure compliance.