The Accessibility for Manitobans Act (AMA) is provincial law, with accessibility standards acting as regulations under law. As each new standard is introduced, there are new requirements and deadlines for affected organizations and businesses.

Learn more about compliance requirements and deadlines

An accessibility compliance framework describes the different steps in the compliance process. The first priority is to educate toward compliance. To this end, the Government of Manitoba is working with numerous partners in the public, non-profit and private sectors to inform organizations about the legislation, share practical tools and resources, and provide accessibility training. The goal is to promote a cultural shift toward a more accessible Manitoba, so that everyone benefits. 

What do I do if I notice an organization is not complying with the legislation?

Because the AMA is not complaints based legislation, individual complaints are not investigated and mediation services are not offered. However, feedback from the public is recorded and used to identify trends that inform compliance and awareness raising efforts.

For more information, contact The Accessibility Compliance Secretariat at accessibilitycompliance@gov.mb.ca or (204) 792-0263.