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Putting Accessibility Considerations First in Post-Pandemic Workplace Planning


As the Government of Canada considers a gradual return to the workplace, departments are in the process of looking at options that will bring back some normalcy in operations while maintaining the flexibility to work remotely. While guidelines are under development, accessibility and disability inclusion need to be considered every step of the way.

There is no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to an accessible and inclusive return to the workplace. This event will bring together subject matter experts to share their knowledge on topics such as:

  • post-pandemic workplace planning and considerations for a hybrid workforce approach
  • accessible practices for returning to the workplace
  • the benefits of the GC Workplace Accessibility Passport to get the support measures required to succeed


  • Charline Cormier, Evaluation Manager, Evaluation Services Directorate, Canadian Heritage
  • Cecilia Moradiajam-Espallargas, Analyst, Book Publishing Policy and Programs, Cultural Industries Branch, Canadian Heritage
  • Martine Bareil, Acting Manager, Communications, Accessibility Standards Canada
  • Erica Carson-Sami, Policy Analyst, Intergovernmental Affairs, Accessibility Standards Canada
  • Catherine Duchastel de Montrouge, Student, Human Resources Programs and Learning and Development, Public Services and Procurement Canada


Jason Fox, Director, Research and Strategy, Office of the Chief Human Resources Officer, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat

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