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Resources on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

We reconsider the design process with the notion that
if it doesn’t work for someone,

it doesn’t work for everyone.

Why its important

With more than 1 in 5 Canadians (more than 6.2 million people)  over the age of 15 living with a disability, it is critical that digital services fully accommodate the diverse needs of all individuals with impairments and provides equal access to health, learning and work opportunities in an increasingly digitized world.

Our Commitment

IncluCity Calgary is committed to a proactive approach to ensure barrier-free services are provided. 

Additional Resources

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Web Content Accessibility Guidelines

Developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), WCAG explains how to make web content more accessible to people with disabilities.

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Accessibility Canada Act

Passed in 2019, The Government of Canada aims to make Canada barrier-free by 2040.

Land Acknowledgement

In the spirit of Reconciliation, we acknowledge living on the traditional territories of the Blackfoot Confederacy (comprising the Siksika, Kainai and Piikani First Nations), the Tsuut’ina First Nation, the Stoney Nakoda (including the Chiniki, Bearspaw and Wesley First Nations), the Métis Nation (Region 3), and all people who make their homes in the Treaty 7 region of Southern Alberta.