In 1999, CNIB developed the first edition of Clearing Our Path to help create accessible environments for people who are blind or partially sighted. Based on national and international standards, the document provides accessibility guidelines for public spaces.
With updates in 2009 and 2016, Clearing Our Path has become a valuable resource, but a lot has changed. CNIB, with funding from Accessibility Standards Canada, has embarked on a project to update the guidelines, and we’d love your help.
Please join us for the Clearing Our Path – 2022 Virtual Summit
On February 7-8, CNIB is hosting a virtual summit where we’ll ask for your feedback to update Clearing Our Path. This two-day event will be an opportunity for stakeholders to share their suggestions and strengthen the guidelines to make public spaces more accessible for everyone.
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