DID YOU KNOW?
Details about accessibility planing going on in Kings and Annapolis counties. • Annapolis County residents can still give input into their accessibility plan by emailing dryan@ annapoliscounty.ca, by calling 902-532-8498 or by contacting any of the advisory committee members. Focus group meetings can be arranged during November. • For more information on accessibility planning in Kings County, visit www.countyofkings.ca/ accessibility. Questions and comments can be emailed to the project team at accessibility@ countyofkings.ca. • The Nova Scotia Accessibility Act, Bill 59, defines a barrier as “anything that hinders or challenges the full and effective participation in society of persons with disabilities, including a physical barrier, an architectural barrier, an information or communications barrier, an attitudinal barrier, a technological barrier, a policy or a practice.”