The Accessibility for Manitobans Act (AMA)
The Accessibility for Manitobans Act (AMA) became law December 5, 2013. Under this landmark legislation, the Manitoba government has developed five mandatory accessibility standards. Each standard will address barriers for Manitobans in key areas of daily living. These standards are:
Information and Communication
Design of Public Spaces
Standards will apply to Manitoba’s private and public sector organizations.
Learn more about our customer service standard online training and workshop sessions, as well as free web accessibility training and certification that is available for all BU faculty and staff.
Our accessibility toolkit provides helpful how-to articles, tips, and links to external learning resources that will help you learn how to make accessibility part of your workflow.
Views at BU – Perspectives About Accessibility
Dr. Wendy McCallum speaks about the impact of the various aspects of accessibility on students and their learning.