Ryan Berger Quoted in Canadian HR Reporter Article on New Accessibility Rules for People with Disabilities in B.C.

Canadian HR Reporter

Lawson Lundell lawyer Ryan Berger was quoted in an article by the Canadian HR Reporter on the passage of the Accessible British Columbia Act in June 2021 which will "make the province more inclusive for people with disabilities by identifying, removing and preventing barriers to accessibility." The article, titled 'New accessibility rules take effect in B.C.,' details the requirements of the new Act and the effect it will have on companies. 

“Some public bodies are, by their nature, primarily public service-oriented, whereas others may be more administrative or financial-related and not necessarily have as much interaction with the public," Ryan said. "The nature of their operation and accessibility to the services they provide and for their employees are going to be different for every one of them.”

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