We access content on the Internet mostly through web pages. As the Internet has developed, it has transformed from a text-based to a rich-media phenomenon. However, not all Canadians participate equally on the Internet. Thousands of Canadians with vision or mobility impairments cannot easily use standard computer equipment to access web content. Many websites are not compatible with the technologies and software that people with perceptual disabilities rely on to surf the net. This FAQ considers the tools and laws that are available to improve Internet accessibility in Canada.



Cases, Laws, and Regulations


Tools for Users

Tools for Developers