Accessibility cultivates inclusivity by eliminating barriers and creating social, physical and economic environments that enable all residents to participate actively in the community.
Inclusivity embraces and values diversity in age, culture, disAbility, gender, language, marital status, religion, sexual orientation and socio-economic status.
For more information on accessibility and related programs, contact the Access Coordinator:
The Role of Access Services
Access Services, within the Parks and Community Services Division, includes support for people with disAbility, low income and people who are new to Canada who face cultural barriers.
Recreation for all
Community Services believes in building community programs and services that meet the needs of the community. Our recreation programs and facilities reflect our on-going pursuit to provide meaningful and inclusive opportunities for people with disAbility.
Program Support for people with disAbilities
We encourage you to bring your own support to programs and services. Please let us know if you are registered for a program, and plan to bring your own support by calling the Access Coordinator. See also Summer Camp Inclusion Volunteer (previously Camp Buddy) and Access Support Workers for support for our summer camp programs.