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A group for of people with differing assistive needs.

OPSA: Office of Public Service Accessibility

The Accessibility Hub serves as a source for guidance, tools, tips, and best practices for departments and agencies. The hub will be developed over time with the engagement of persons with disabilities and other public servants.


In the spotlight

Lend a hand!

How you can contribute to improving accessibility in the public service!

We would appreciate your feedback on: whether the resources presented below are clear; what other resources would be helpful for you or your colleagues; what promising practices should be shared.

Please send comments to accessibility.accessibilite@tbs-sct.gc.ca


Accessibility statement

Need something different?

We know that some parts of this website are not fully accessible. If you need information on this website in a different format, please contact us at accessibility.accessibilite@tbs-sct.gc.ca



Information on accessibility

A man on an assistive scooter.

Accessibility-confident organizations

Learn how your department and agency can prepare to meet or exceed the requirements of the Accessible Canada Act.

A man on an assistive scooter.

Recruitment, Retention, and Promotion

Discover the benefit of recruiting, retaining, and promoting persons with disabilities and what resources are available to your organization to recruit, retain, and promote persons with disabilities.

A man on an assistive scooter.

Workplace Accommodations

Learn about workplace accommodations and work that is underway to improve them.

A man on an assistive scooter.

Accessibility-confident organizations

Learn how your department and agency can prepare to meet or exceed the requirements of the Accessible Canada Act.

A man on an assistive scooter.

Recruitment, Retention, and Promotion

Discover the benefit of recruiting, retaining, and promoting persons with disabilities and what resources are available to your organization to recruit, retain, and promote persons with disabilities.

A man on an assistive scooter.

Workplace Accommodations

Learn about workplace accommodations and work that is underway to improve them.

A man on an assistive scooter.

Accessibility-confident organizations

Learn how your department and agency can prepare to meet or exceed the requirements of the Accessible Canada Act.

A man on an assistive scooter.

Recruitment, Retention, and Promotion

Discover the benefit of recruiting, retaining, and promoting persons with disabilities and what resources are available to your organization to recruit, retain, and promote persons with disabilities.

A man on an assistive scooter.

Workplace Accommodations

Learn about workplace accommodations and work that is underway to improve them.