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5427 - Adult relaxing in a floatable beach wheelchair on a mobility mat laid on a sandy beach beside a Bernese Mountain dog. They have light skin and facial hair. Two people including another in a floatable beach wheelchair are further behind them on the mobility mat.

Accessibility stories

Nova Scotia is committed to becoming an accessible province by 2030, but the path to get there starts today. Discover stories of people with disabilities, businesses and communities who are working to make our province more accessible. Learn how you can make an impact in your day-to-day life.

Stories from across Nova Scotia

Learn more about Nova Scotians and how they are involved in shaping the future of access.

6321 - Group in a small gallery looking at paintings. One light-skinned man is using a walker, another light-skinned person is sitting on a bench in the centre of the gallery, and a medium-skinned person and dark-skinned person stand observing paintings on the opposite wall.
Celebrating accessibility and leadership

Learn more about how businesses, organizations and leaders are implementing accessibility initiatives across Nova Scotia.

7781 - A light-skinned teenager with a visible disability wearing orange ear defenders sits on the floor hunched over outstretched legs looking at two DVDs in their lap. They are in a library and there is a walker behind them.

Share your story

If you’d like to share your experience with us, we’d love to hear from you! Contact the Accessibility Directorate at:

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