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The Role of BIAs in Accessible Main Streets Webinar

The Ontario BIA Association (OBIAA)

Thursday, March 28, 2019 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM (CDT)

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This webinar will explore the role that various community stakeholders play in making Ontario’s main streets, public spaces, and businesses more accessible. Presenters will discuss how BIAs can work more collaboratively with their local Accessibility Advisory Committee and municipal staff; how to remove, reduce, and prevent accessibility barriers in street furniture and design; considerations for making events accessible; and how to promote accessible tourism.


Moderator:

Kay Matthews: Executive Director, Ontario BIA Association

Presenters:

  • Cathy Quinton: Coordinator, Leslieville BIA
  • Debbie Kirwin: Chair, Huntsville Municipal Accessibility Advisory
  • Sam McFarlaneAccessibility Coordinator, Elgin County
  • Sue Nicholson: General Manager, Collingwood BIA 

Target Audience: BIA Staff and Board

 

 

This webinar is part of a series that discusses aspects of accessible main streets and businesses. Sign up for the other webinars in this series: 

Accessible Customer Service Webinar (April 11th)

The Business of Aging Webinar (April 17th)

Accessible Heritage Webinar (April 24th)

 

OBIAA thanks the Ontario Government and the EnAbling Change Program for its support of our Accessible Main Street Project.

 

Have questions about The Role of BIAs in Accessible Main Streets Webinar? Contact The Ontario BIA Association (OBIAA)

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The Ontario BIA Association (OBIAA)

OBIAA is the network that represents unique and vibrant BIAs across Ontario. The Association supports and advocates on behalf of its members through the building and nurturing of strong relationships and partnerships. OBIAA is a leader in the development and sharing of information, tools, resources and best practices, and is the ONE voice on common issues.

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