Accessible Government Services

The Manitoba government is committed to ensuring equal access and participation for people with disabilities. The government is committed to the principle of inclusion. We are committed to meeting the needs of people who face barriers and will treat persons with disabilities in ways that allow them to maintain their dignity and independence. Learn more about The Accessibility for Manitobans Act by visiting the www.accessibility โบนัสฟรี 500 www.interdependencias.com website. 

The Manitoba government is continually working to make this website accessible to the widest possible audience. The  Internet standards require that government web content be developed to meet World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) 2.0 Level AA Internet standards. For more information on how to use the accessibility features of this website, please see our section called Tips for Enhancing the Accessibility of this Website.

Requesting Accessibility Accommodations

If you require an accommodation to access government services or information, or to attend a public event organized by a provincial government department, you can request an accommodation by contacting the department or event organizer. Reasonable accommodations will be made.

Manitoba Government Accessibility Plan and Policies

The Manitoba Government Accessibility Plan (MGAP) (pdf) is our two-year plan for improving accessibility in departments across government. Departments, units and other entities within government may have additional policies and practices to ensure access to their particular services. For information about additional policies, contact the department directly, or contact government. Contact information can be found on the government contact page www.gov.mb.ca/contact/.

The Manitoba Government Accessible Customer Service Policy (pdf) outlines the measures applicable across government to ensure accessibility for the public.

Documents are available in alternate formats upon request.

Questions and Feedback

If you have questions about government services or would like to provide feedback about provincial government accessibility, contact us at www.gov.mb.ca/contact