Written by Laura, A Piece of Travel, January 26, 2020
Home to one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World and offering stunning views of Lake Ontario, Toronto is a must-see on any visit to Canada. In this guide, we’ll show you ten incredible wheelchair accessible things to do in Toronto.
Before we jump into wheelchair accessible things to do in Toronto, let’s touch on general accessibility in the city.
Similar to the American Disabilities Act (ADA) in the U.S., the province of Ontario has its own version called the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).
There are a couple of other provinces in Canada that have accessibility acts as well. However, in May 2019, the Accessible Canada Act bill was voted on and is currently in the process of becoming law that will be implemented countrywide.
Thanks to the already established AODA, Toronto is a very wheelchair-friendly city. Not only are most attractions and public spaces accessible, but the city itself is flat, making it an easy place for manual wheelchair users to explore.
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