Accessibility & Human Rights

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Residents and Visitors

Are you a resident or visitor experiencing a human rights or accommodation issue with a City of Toronto service or facility?

City Employees or Job Applicants

Are you a City employee or job applicant experiencing a human rights, harassment, or accommodation issue with the City of Toronto?

Organizations and Government

Find out about obligations of businesses and other organizations doing business with the City with regard to human rights, accessibility and equity outcomes.

Accessibility at the City of Toronto

The City of Toronto is committed to building an inclusive society and providing an accessible environment in which all individuals have access to the City's services and programs.

Aboriginal Affairs

The City of Toronto recognizes and respects the unique status and cultural diversity among the Aboriginal communities of Toronto.

Equity, Diversity & Inclusion

The City's vision is to provide services and access to resources in a fair and equitable manner for its residents, visitors and employees.

Policies, Procedures, Guidelines, Reports

Learn about the City's policies, procedures, guidelines governing human rights for employees, service recipients, residents, visitors, and organizations doing business with the City.

The City of Toronto acknowledges that we are on the traditional territory of the Mississaugas of the New Credit, the Huron-Wendat, the Haudenosaunee and home to many diverse Aboriginal Peoples.