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Bakerlaw Demands Government Adhere to Accessible Procurement Policies

  • October 22, 2015
  • Kimberly Srivastava
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Bakerlaw is currently working on bringing a case against the Federal Government for its failure to procure accessible technologies for its employees.

A few years ago, bakerlaw represented the Applicant in Jodhan v Canada (link to case)Ms.  Jodhan is visually impaired and was unable to access public Federal Government websites. » Read the rest