Accessibility is an integral part of making Toronto a welcoming home for all. I am a champion for an accessible and liveable Toronto and I am the Chair for the Toronto Accessibility Advisory Committee.

If you have a complaint about the accessibility of a city program or service, please contact 311 or email 311@toronto.ca

Toronto’s Commitment to Creating an Accessible City

https://www.toronto.ca/city-government/accessibility-human-rights/accessibility-at-the-city-of-toronto/statement-of-commitment-to-creating-an-accessible-city/

Accessible Transit
http://www.ttc.ca/TTC_Accessibility/index.jsp

Accessible Recreation

https://www.toronto.ca/city-government/accessibility-human-rights/accessibility-at-the-city-of-toronto/accessible-recreation/

I protect the walkability and accessibility of our streets through my Sidewalks for All campaign. Toronto's commitment to being a Barrier-Free City means sidewalks must be accessible to all. It is important that all residents are able to participate fully in the community, regardless of their abilities.

Sidewalks for All

https://www.kristynwongtam.ca/sidewalksforall

I support the Yonge TOmorrow to reinvigorate Yonge Street as a walkable, pedestrian-friendly and accessible thoroughfare in the heart of our city.  

Yonge TOmorrow

https://www.toronto.ca/community-people/get-involved/public-consultations/infrastructure-projects/yonge-downtown/

 

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