Feedback on accessibility

The Department of Justice Canada is developing an Accessibility Plan, as set out by the Accessible Canada Act, which came into force in June 2019. This Plan will aim to eliminate accessibility barriers* for employees and Canadians served by the Department. The Plan will be finalized in 2021-22 and posted on this Website. We invite you to share your views about:

* “Barrier” means anything (including physical, architectural, technological or attitudinal) that is based on information and communications, or anything that is the result of a policy or practice, that hinders the full and equal participation in society of persons with a physical, mental, intellectual, learning, communication or sensory impairment or a functional limitation.

Ways to reach us:


Phone: General Enquiries: 613-957-4222*

*For Canadians who are deaf, hard of hearing or speech-impaired, access can be achieved via their own interpreter or via Canada VRS, which provides an interpreter:

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Subject of comment


Privacy Notice

The purpose of this activity is to provide the general public the opportunity to provide ideas on overcoming accessibility barriers that will inform the development of the Department of Justice Canada’s Accessibility Plan.

The feedback provided through this consultation will be collected by the Department of Justice Canada. Participation is voluntary and we recommend that you do not provide personal or protected information in the comments field. If you provide personal information, it will be protected under the provisions of the Privacy Act and described in the Personal Information Bank PSU 938 entitled "Outreach Activities". Also, please note that the Government of Canada will not make individual submissions public, but does maintain the right to report publicly on the aggregate results.

If you have questions related directly to the Privacy Act please contact the Department of Justice Canada’s Access to Information and Privacy coordinator at