Welcome to the Pride Toronto Accessibility Page! Here you will find all information pertaining to accessibility within our organization. Pride Toronto is committed to adhering to the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). We make every effort to provide accessible events and services to those who need them. If you are interested in information about accessibility for festival weekend, please visit the accessibility page here.
As an organization, we offer multiple ways to get involved and provide suggestions to improve. Please feel free to join our Accessibility Advisory Committee, which is an opportunity to create meaningful conversations and deepen our connection with members of the communities we serve. This Committee engages in key discussions, outreach and development of accessible policies at Pride Toronto. We foster a culture of honest and courageous conversations, by creating safer spaces where our community’s voices are heard, acknowledged and actioned. The Committee itself will provide strategic, expert and impartial advice to Pride Toronto to help develop and implement plans to ensure Pride Toronto’s Mission is upheld. To get involved check out our Community Committee page or email email@example.com.
If you are interested in one of our events, but have a barrier that is preventing you from attending please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Some of our services include American sign-language interpreters, providing Braille Guides, and a Ubio-Duo communications system. Wherever possible, we seek to ensure our programs, services, and events are inclusive, accessible, and fun! Pride Toronto will require no proof of access needs. If you feel you need access to a service for any reason, that is entirely up to your discretion and Pride Toronto staff and volunteers will not be questioning anyone accessing our accessibility supports.
For more information about accessibility, please review the following links: