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Accessibility at t​​he NVCA

Accessible Jose.jpgThe Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) became law in 2005. The purpose of this Act is to improve opportunities for people with disabilities by identifying, preventing and removing barriers that may otherwise limit their abilities to fully participate in society. Accessibility simply means giving all people opportunities to participate fully in everyday life.


NVCA Accessibility Plan

The NVCA's first Accessibility Plan was prepared to meet the requirements of the AODA. The plan describes measures the NVCA will take to remove and prevent barriers to people with disabilities who use the facilities and services of the NVCA, including employees and members of the public. This report focuses on the NVCA’s Tiffin Conservation Area and Administration office, our most widely used property.

NVCA Accessibility Plan


How are we doing?

The NVCA is committed to the continual improvement of accessible services, facilities and information. Let us know how we are doing! You can provide your feedback in several ways:

  • Phone: 705-424-1479, ext. 228

  • Mail: NVCA, 8195 8th Line, Utopia, ON, L0M 1T0

  • Online: Use our Online Feedback Form  to submit your comment electronically or to download in pdf.

We will provide acknowledgment of your feedback within 10 working days, if requested.

Alternative Formats

​The NVCA will endeavour to make all forms, documents and publications available in alternative formats as required. If you require a document in an alternative format, we will make every effort to accommodate your request in a reasonable timeframe. 

Please contact us by phone at 705-424-1479, e​xt. 228 or send an email to sflannagan@nvca.on.ca.​ ​Please use the word "Alternative Format" in the subject line. 

Service Disruptions

​Notices of service disruptions will be posted on the homepage of our website.