The AODA has made the province a leader in accessibility and is helping to break down barriers for people with disabilities so they can lead active and productive lives. About 1.65 million people in Ontario – or 15% of our province’s population, age 15 and above – have a disability and this number is expected to rise over the next two decades. Accessibility is the right thing to do for all Ontarians. Working together, we can build a more inclusive Ontario where everyone has the opportunity to contribute to – and benefit from – our economy. Visit Ontario.ca/AccessON for more information.