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    the Government are serious about this landmark legislation The positive highlights for us include the commitment to establish the Customer Service Accessibility Standard as a legally binding regulation in 2015 the commitment to continue work on an accessibility standard for employment with the initial discussion paper ready and released before March 31 2016 and the coming election the work being done to ensure that all major public sector organizations have accessibility plans in place by 2016 the work being done to ensure that the Province has a comprehensive regulatory regime in place in 2016 to enforce compliance with the AMA These are all absolutely essential for the Government to achieve the AMA s legislated mandate to have made significant progress toward full accessibility by 2023 There are two limitations One is the delay in requiring accessibility plans by small public sector organizations The deadline for these is now 2017 This is one year later than we had originally expected The delay might actually be necessary but only because the Government left it so long to start work on this requirement The second limitation a much more serious one is the lack of any clear commitment to more effectively resource the Disability Issues Office DOI and the Accessibility Advisory Council These two bodies have critical roles to play in the implementation of the AMA and don t seem to have the resources needed to take on the development of the promised standard in the areas of transportation information and communication and the built environment until after March 31 2016 Ontario s version of the DIO had 33 staff persons at the beginning of that province s implementation process In contrast the DIO has a staff complement of only around 7 full time staff So while Ontario was able to work on five standards concurrently Manitoba only has the resources to manage one standard at a time And as it is now taking more than 12 months to develop a standard from start to finish it might take five more years before the first set of accessibility standards are in place That s just way too long We think that the standard development process needs to be significantly sped up This will require additional resources Sadly the first annual implementation plan does not speak to this issue Good work on your first plan honourable Minister Now the challenge will be to complete the work set out in the plan and to secure the additional resources needed to make much faster progress BFM Submits Final Comments Barrier Free Manitoba submitted our final comments on the consultation draft of the proposed customer service standard this morning May 11 2015 We are pleased to post our comments for your download and review Full version Word PDF Executive Summary Word PDF Based on the breadth of the very positive feedback we received on our preliminary draft we are calling for seven specific improvements that will Ensure that it applies to those who own or operate buildings and organizations that provide information not just those who provide goods and services Require that accessible customer service policies and practices developed by organizations are consistent with The Accessibility for Manitobans Act and The Human Rights Code Require that all persons staff and volunteers involved in developing customer service policies receive training on accessibility issues Require that reviews of both The Accessibility for Manitobans Act and The Human Rights Code are covered in training Require that organizations be responsible for providing public notice when any services and barrier free equipment and facilities e g lifts accessible washrooms are temporarily unavailable Prohibit organizations from charging any additional fees to persons with disabilities when using accessible customer services or alternative customer services that are provided until barriers are removed or equivalent service is available Set out how government will monitor and assess whether organizations are meeting requirements and any responsibilities this will place on these organizations to report on the actions they have taken We have called for these improvement to be made without delay so that this first standard under this landmark legislation can come into effect this summer Of note the Steering Committee met for the first time with Minister Kerri Irvin Ross late last week to discuss our comments and the need for substantial progress in implementing other aspects of The Accessibility for Manitobans Act over the next 12 months The meeting went very well and we are hopeful that we will be able to share more promising news with you over the coming weeks Last Chance to Provide Feedback on BFM s Call for Significant Improvements to the Proposed Customer Service Standard April 30 Deadline Yes indeed It s our very last chance to make to ensure that the Minister gets this first accessibility standard right BFM is pleased to have received such positive feedback on our preliminary report that calls for seven important changes We will start working on our final submission to government this weekend so if you have not already given us your feedback we d love to hear from you Our preliminary review is posted here bottom of page Please provide your feedback online here Rights to Equitable Service Put an end to discrimination in customer services in Manitoba How much longer will tens of thousands of Manitobans with disabilities have to put up with second or third class service or no service at all It s our last chance to ensure that the Minister gets it right True the latest draft regulation that will set a minimum standard for accessibile customer services across Manitoba is better than what they started with in April 2014 But after more than a year of work it is still not nearly good enough We strongly encourage you to Review our preliminary report on the proposed regulation Full version Word PDF Executive Summary Word PDF Send us your feedback by April 30 2015 on the seven changes we are calling for just click here Based on the feedback we receive we will prepare and submit our final review on the draft regulation by the May 11th deadline We will also be posting our review here and asking that you to contact the Minister directly And read more below The Details In mid March 2015 the Minister released what is referred to as the Consultation Draft of the proposed accessible customer service regulation The public now has until May 11 2015 to provide comment on this Consultation Draft Thereafter the Minister will review the public feedback and consider revising the regulation before forwarding it to Cabinet for final approval Once approved by Cabinet the regulation will have the force of law and be binding on all public private and non profit organizations with one or more employees that operate in Manitoba For the very first time ever the regulation will set out mandatory minimum standards for accessible customer services throughout the entire province Potentially pretty powerful stuff But most of the potential rests in the details Does the regulation as proposed cover the essentials Does it create clear obligations that will ensure that persons with disabilities receive the same quality and responsiveness of service as those without disabilities Our Review Based on Barrier Free Manitoba s preliminary review we believe that the draft regulation goes a long way toward meeting these criteria But we have also found that the draft regulation still does not go nearly far enough further improvements some of them substantial are needed to ensure that the regulation is both strong and effective Getting this standard right is crucial As the first deliverable from this landmark legislation the regulation must set a high bar for the standards that are expected to follow in the areas of employment transportation communication and information and the built environment The Essential Changes The draft regulation needs to be revised to Ensure that it applies to those who own or operate buildings and organizations that provide information not just those who provide goods and services Require that accessible customer service policies and practices developed by organizations are consistent with The Accessibility for Manitobans Act and The Human Rights Code Require that all persons staff and volunteers involved in developing customer service policies receive training on accessibility issues Require that reviews of both The Accessibility for Manitobans Act and The Human Rights Code are covered in training Require that organizations be responsible for providing public notice when any services and barrier free equipment and facilities e g lifts accessible washrooms are temporarily unavailable Prohibit organizations from charging any additional fees to persons with disabilities when using accessible customer services or alternative customer services that are provided until barriers are removed or equivalent service is available Set out how government will monitor and assess whether organizations are meeting requirements and any responsibilities this will place on these organizations to report on the actions they have taken And finally we are calling for these seven changes to be made without any further delay The Province of Manitoba has had more than enough time to develop the first regulation under The Accessibility for Manitobans Act Any further delays are unacceptable The Kicker During the NDP leadership race Barrier Free Manitoba was understandably delighted that Premeir Selinger publicly re stated his commitment to The timely implementation of The Accessibility for Manitobans Act Ensuring the necessary government resources are in place to do this work is done properly With only one year left in the mandate of this government which rightfuly took great pride in passing the landmark Accessibility for Manitobans Act the time for action is NOW Final Draft Customer Service Standards Released On March 12 2015 the Province of Manitoba released its final draft called a consultation draft of the accessible customer service standards This release followed by four working days the NDP Convention that reconfirmed Greg Selinger as Premier Persons concerned with disability issues and the general public have until May 11 2015 to provide comment Thereafter the Minister in consultation with the Accessibility Advisory Council will review all comments received If the minister considers it appropriate the proposed standard may be revised before forwarding it to the Cabinet for approval We are pleased to post the draft standards for download Word PDF Barrier Free Manitoba will be preparing a preliminary review of the final draft in the weeks ahead and distributing this widely for comment Based on the feedback we receive and further review we will submit a final set of comments by the May 11 deadline Our very initial review suggests that there is a great deal to support in the Province s draft including promsing new elements related to the accessibility of public events At the same time the draft fails to address a number of recommendations we have made previsouly including ones that were supported by the Accessibility Advisory Council This is cause for significant concern Premier Selinger s Commitments Congratulations to Premier Greg Selinger whose position of leader of the NDP and Premier of our fine province has now be reconfirmed We were also very pleased that Premier Selinger along with the other two candidates set out their positions on accessibility and disability issues as part of the leadership race Here are the highlights of Premier Selinger s letter to us The Accessibility for Manitobans Act I t is my intention as Premier to continue implementing the Accessibility for Manitobans Act an Act I was very pleased to support as Premier in 2013 when it was enacted I will ensure that the requirements under the Act for an Annual Plan for public entity targets for the development of regulations and for the development of terms of reference for every proposed accessibility standard will be met in a timely fashion I commit to consult with all parties affected by our accessibility initiatives and to make transparent what we intend to implement I will ensure that the Accessibility Advisory Council has the necessary resources to undertake its work properly and that provision will be made for organizations and individuals to participate in consultative processes Employment I have asked the Premier s Advisory Council on Education Poverty and Citizenship to review government wide benchmarks for employment equity for civil servants and to explore how infrastructure initiatives might help increase employment for those with disabilities Pension Like Basic Incomes I have asked the Premier s Advisory Council on Education Poverty and Citizenship to examine the possibility of introducing a pension like basic income for people with severe and prolonged disabilities Social Housing My commitment to build more social housing should also be of great benefit to people with disabilities UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities I am committed to fulfilling our obligations under the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Persons with Intellectual Disabilities I support in principle the Five Priorities developed by Abilities Manitoba under their Action plan As Premier I was pleased to be able to introduce the Wage Enhancement Fund last year designed to improve the wages of service workers I commit to further increases in the Fund as the budget permits so that we can make steady progress towards paying service workers a living wage I commit to improving training and standards of care Premier Selinger s governemnt has only have a little more than one year left in its current mandate to make good on these commitments Barrier Free Manitoba along with many others will be looking for ACTION Signed and Sealed Yet to be Delivered All three of the NDP leadership candidates have now responded to the joint Barrier Free Manitoba Abilities Manitoba request for their positions on key disability issues While we all know that commitments made during an election can be different from action after this is a remarkable development Disabilities are the only major public issue that all three candidates have addressed in their campaigns so far Like the candidates themselves their responses are quite different but all three have committed if elected to the full and timely implementation of the landmark Accessibility for Manitobans Act AMA All three candidates also made important commitments on related disability issues click here to see what each candidate said One of the three candidates will be the Premier of Manitoba after March 8 This is good news indeed The even better news is that Manitoba s disability communities worked together once again to make this happen We ve proven once more that there is real strength in numbers and in collective action We urge you to share the candidates responses with others you know who are concerned about disabilities As the contest is for the NDP leadership we also strongly encourage you to share them with people you know who may be party members and ask them to consider the candidates positions in deciding who they support in the leadership race Once the leader has been elected we will need to continue to work together to ensure the leader and the government fulfill the promises that have been made And we will need to work together yet again to ensure that disability issues are key priorities in the general election scheduled for next spring Thank you for your incredible support Thousands of Manitobans Join Request Thousands of concerned Manitobans have now joined Barrier Free Manitoba and Abilities Manitoba in asking each of the NDP leadership candidates for their positions on the following three key disability issues Fully implementing the landmark Accessibility for Manitobans Act including the early development of strong compliance measures and funding to support independent community participation Endorsing and immediately acting on Abilities Manitoba s five priority pathway to improve the quality and ensure the sustainability of services and supports to Manitobans with intellectual disabilities Developing and implementing an action plan to make Manitoba a national and global leader in meeting its obligations under the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities If you have not already done so please join with us in asking these important questions Just click here or copy and paste https www surveymonkey com s leadership barriers into your browser NDP Leadership and Disability Issues Act Now Please join us and Abilities Manitoba today to make sure disability issues get the priority attention that is so long overdue Join us and Abilities Manitoba in asking the NDP leadership candidates for their position on key disability issues just click here or copy and paste https www surveymonkey com s leadership barriers into your browser Send an email with a link to this page to others you know who are concerned with disability issues and invite them to join us Doing both will take you less than 5 minutes depending on how many family and friends you share this page with and will make a huge difference Here s a copy of the letter we sent to the three candidates Word PDF Impactful or What We Spoke Again and They Made Changes Again The Accessibility Advisory Council released its revised recommendations for the proposed customer service standard in October 2014 Word PDF This was the Council s second go at it following the release it an initial discussion paper and a 60 day period for public consultations Barrier Free Manitoba with input and support from throughout Manitoba s fine disability communities submitted a thoughtful and thorough brief Word PDF that made a total of 17 recommendations on improvements that needed to be made to this standard the first to be developed under the landmark Accessibility for Manitobans Act The Council s revised recommendations fully incorporated eight of Barrier Free Manitoba s recommendations with rationale and wording that reflected the positions outlined in our brief The Council remained slient on four of our recommendations and seem not to have adopted a final five of our recommendations So we re batting somewhere between 471 and 705 Now if only the Goldeyes had this average our baseball team would be league champions every year Of

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  • What's New | Barrier Free Manitoba
    increase decrease the font PC ctrl ctrl MAC command command What s New Disabled in Manitoba still waiting for democracy Feb 02 2016 A great letter to the editor in the February 2 edition of the Winnipeg Free Press from the two Disability Matters Vote 2016 spokespersons Read More Power of the Disability Vote Kirkfield Park Jan 29 2016 The key constituency numbers 11 swing votes in 2011 needed for a different result 2 468 estimated number of persons with disabilities eligible to vote in April 2016 Read More Remarkable Contrast in Headlines for Two Free Press Human Rights Stories Jan 28 2016 Stories featured in January 29th print edition of the Winnipeg Free Press dealt with about recent advances in human rights One headline celebrates a courageous champion The other headline focuses on the cost of complying with human rights obligations Read More Power of the Disability Vote St Norbert Jan 28 2016 The key constituency numbers 16 swing votes in 2011 needed for a different result 2 211 estimated number of persons with disabilities eligible to vote in April 2016 Read More Making Employment Work Event to Identify Priorities Jan 27 2016 We are pleased to invite you to attend a community workshop that is being cohosted by Barrier Free Manitoba and the Manitoba Supported Employment Network MSEN on February 19th Read More Power of the Disability Vote Brandon West Jan 27 2016 The key constituency numbers 76 swing votes in 2011 needed for a different result 2 352 estimated number of persons with disabilities eligible to vote in April 2016 Read More Power of the Disability Vote Southdale Jan 26 2016 The key constituency numbers 382 swing votes in 2011 needed for a different result 2 507 estimated number of persons with disabilities eligible to vote in

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  • About Us | Barrier Free Manitoba
    Other Resources Links Endorsers Effective Implementation Strong Legislation You Can Help Make Manitoba Barrier Free Spread the Word Endorse the Call Subscribe Follow Us on Twitter Join Us on Facebook To increase decrease the font PC ctrl ctrl MAC command command Who We Are Barrier Free Manitoba is a non partisan non profit cross disability initiative that was formed in 2008 We believed that the time had come for the Province of Manitoba to enact strong and effective legislation that requires the removal of existing barriers and prevents the creation of new ones We believed that enacting such legislation is a basic matter of human rights We believed that the removal of barriers is an entirely realistic and attainable duty We believed that the removal of barriers is good basic public policy that will benefit everyone We believed that enacting such legislation is about doing what is right and doing what is reasonable So Barrier Free Manitoba launched and sustained a 5 year campaign to secure this legislation The landmark Accessibility for Manitobans Act AMA was passed with all party all member support in the Manitoba Legislature in December 2013 Click here for more details on the 5 year campaign

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  • Ensuring Effective Implementation | Barrier Free Manitoba
    Follow Us on Twitter Join Us on Facebook To increase decrease the font PC ctrl ctrl MAC command command Ensuring Effective Implementation Barrier Free Manitoba began the next stage of work ensuring the timely and effective implementation of The Accessibility for Manitobans Act AMA in May 2014 Click here for details on developments related to this phase of work to date This work has focused on the critical first five years of the implementation of AMA up to 2018 This time frame is important because 2018 represents the half way point between the date the AMA came into force December 5 2013 and the 2023 date set by the act for achieving significant progress towards full accessibility All five of the first accessibility standards customer service employment information and communication transportation and the built environment should have been developed and brought into force by 2018 2018 extends two years beyond the upcoming Spring 2016 provincial election and the possible change in the political leadership responsible for implementing the AMA Providing for strong independent community capacity through to 2018 will ensure meaningfully participation in the first comprehensive review of the effectiveness of the Act due to start by December 2017 As part of this phase of work Barrier Free Manitoba has has called on government to implement the AMA based on the following nine principles To be effective the implementation of The Accessibility for Manitobans Act must 1 Cover all disabilities 2 Reflect a principled approach to accessibility that respects human rights enshrined in provincial national and international law 3 Provide for the development and enactment of mandatory and date specific standards in all major areas related to accessibility that Apply to the governmental private and not for profit sectors Provide for the prevention and systemic removal of barriers at the

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  • Securing Strong Legislation | Barrier Free Manitoba
    Barrier Free Spread the Word Endorse the Call Subscribe Follow Us on Twitter Join Us on Facebook To increase decrease the font PC ctrl ctrl MAC command command Securing Strong Legislation Barrier Free Manitoba s formal campaign to secure strong and effective provincial accessibility rights legilsation began with a meeting with senior government officials in September 2008 It was at that meeting that Barrier Free Manitoba tabled its call Word PDF for this legislation based on the the following nine princicples Cover all disabilities Reflect a principled approach to equality Move beyond the complaints driven system to comprehensively address discrimination and barriers Establish a definite target date to achieve a barrier free Manitoba Require the development of clear progressive mandatory and date specific standards in all major areas related to accessibility that will apply to public and private sectors Establish a timely and effective process for monitoring and enforcement of the standards Incorporate ongoing leadership roles for the disability community Supersede all other provincial legislation regulations or policies which provide lesser protections Not diminish other legal and human rights protections That meeting launched a sustained and spirited 5 year campaign supported by an extensive array of coalitions and agencies from

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  • Contact Us | Barrier Free Manitoba
    Disability Related Videos Links to Resource Materials Barrier Free Manitoba Materials Accessibility Legislation Models The Americans with Disabilities Act ADA The Disability Discrimination Act DDA The Disabilities Disabilities Discrimination Acts The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act AODA Other Resources Links Endorsers Effective Implementation Strong Legislation You Can Help Make Manitoba Barrier Free Spread the Word Endorse the Call Subscribe Follow Us on Twitter Join Us on Facebook To increase

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  • Disability Matters: Vote 2016 | Barrier Free Manitoba
    Make Manitoba Barrier Free Spread the Word Endorse the Call Subscribe Follow Us on Twitter Join Us on Facebook To increase decrease the font PC ctrl ctrl MAC command command Disability Matters Vote 2016 In partnership with Abilities Manitoba Barrier Free Manitoba is pleased to organizing Disability Matters Vote 2016 DMV2016 a non partisan cross disability community project to more fully engage Manitobans with disabilities in the next Manitoba general election Download the initial overview document Word PDF The election will take place on April 19 2016 The voting choices made by the estimated 168 000 Manitoban adults with disabilities and the hundreds of thousands of their families and friends will make huge difference between real progress on disability issues through to 2020 on the one hand or years of inadequate resources and attention on the other These voting choice will also have considerable bearing on which party forms the next government see our analysis here DMV2016 has three objectives To ensure that all Manitobans with disabilities can participate fully in election activities To promote priority attention for disability issues in the election To support Manitobans with disabilities in making informed voting decisions The public launch of DMV2016 coincided the

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  • Global Encouragement | Barrier Free Manitoba
    that the legislation being developed in Manitoba needs to be strong and effective This can be accomplished by having the legislation address each of the seven elements set out by Barrier Free Manitoba Samantha Corr Antrim Northern Ireland Texthelp Ltd As the current CEO of Easter Seals Newfoundland and Labrador and past member of the Council of Canadians with Disabilities CCD I am expressing my support for adoption of legislation as proposed by Barrier Free Manitoba By eliminating societal and environmental barriers to persons with disabilities we increase accessibility for individuals to fully participate in society as they have a right to Through initiatives such as legislation that supports the implementation of the UN Convention of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities we can achieve a fully inclusive Canada Manitoba has traditionally been a leader in disability supports and accommodation We hope that this continues in striving to achieve a Barrier Free Manitoba and ultimately a Barrier Free Canada Mark Lane St John s Newfoundland and Labrador Easter Seals Newfoundland and Labrador The Oregon Rehabilitation Association envisions a world in which all people with disabilities are consistently and competently supported within families neighborhoods and communities We applaud your efforts to help further the implementation of the full rights of people with disabilities as we believe every human being deserves no less Gayla Jeppesen Salem Oregon USA Oregon Rehabilitation Association Here in British Columbia we are excited to hear about the developments in Manitoba towards implementing strong inclusive legislation on accessibility for your citizens Our compliments to the accessibility advisory council and Barrier Free Manitoba for the work done so far We strongly encourage the government of the province to lead the way in passing such legislation They eyes of many in our country will be watching and hopefully following your lead Chris Arnold Terrace British Columbia The Provincial Networking Group Please incorporate each of the seven elements for a barrier free Manitoba into the recommendations for the proposed legislation To ensure equal access in the community for people with disabilities please follow the Ontario experience please include the goal of becoming a fully accessible province as well as a target date by when this will be achieved Thank you Linda Baker St Louis Missouri Missouri Governor s Council on Disability People with Disability Australia PWDA strongly supports the seven key elements of strong legislation being proposed by Barrier Free Manitoba which are designed to ensure that the new legislation proposed by the Government of Manitoba are rights based and truly inclusive of people with disability PWDA believes that all new legislation relating to people with disability and the administration of disability services must comply with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities CRPD and that all legislation policy and practice complies with internationally agreed human rights obligations including CRPD In addition it is critical that the Government of Manitoba utilise people with the relevant skills and expertise such as those within Barrier Free Manitoba to review and develop disability policy and practice that is CRPD compliant Daphnee Cook Sydney New South Wales Australia People with Disability Australia PWDA Easter Seals Ontario strongly endorses the need for legislation across Canada that supports inclusion and accessibility hence promotes the protection and respect of human rights of individuals with disability As the president and CEO of Easter Seals Ontario and a health professional I encourage the province of Manitoba to move forward with the development and implementation of strong and effective legislation taking into account the essential elements set out by Barrier Free Manitoba Carol Lloyd Toronto Ontario Easter Seals Ontario I am not sure how any business organization city or government could call itself a leader if at the core of its design it is excluding citizens and participation by virtue of being in accessible I applaud your efforts to take a leadership role in promoting accessibility so that all citizens regardless of circumstance can participate in their communities workplaces and reach their full potential Melanie Mitra Calgary Alberta Prospect Human Services I have been providing services and advocacy for over 30 years and I have chosen to make my life and career about making a difference in the quality of life and inclusion for people with intellectual disabilities The very idea barrier free evokes a sense of freedom that each and every person has the right to claim Any barriers that still exist for needs to be addressed by using the seven essential for a strong foundation It will call forth a new realm of possibilities for people who experience a disability of any kind This speaks to the heart of the future we must all live into by acting now Rondi Grace Portland Oregon DePaul Industries Easter Seals BC Yukon fully supports strong and determined legislation for a barrier free Manitoba As the largest charity in BC delivering services to children and adults with disabilities we know how important it is to have strong leadership for people with disabilities in your Province With commitment from the government from local business and from the residents of Manitoba you can make a difference in the lives of people with disabilities that will improve the quality of life and moral fabric of your whole community Honourable Minister it is in your power to make a difference so please take the bold steps needed to ensure a better life for all Manitobans What you create in Manitoba could lead the way for significant improvements in other Provinces in Canada Thank you Stephen Miller Vancouver British Columbia Easter Seals BC Yukon The legislation being developed in Manitoba needs to be strong and effective This can be accomplished by having the legislation address each of the seven elements set out by Barrier Free Manitoba I support their aim from across the pond in the UK Brian Seaman Horley Surrey UK Tourism for All UK GAATES supports the proposals of Barrier Free Manitoba and encourage Manitoba Accessibility Advisory Council and the Government of

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