Websites are rapidly becoming the primary point of contact for the vast majority of organizations. Along with this digital transition comes the concern for digital channels to be accessible to all individuals.


AODA stands for the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. This legislation was created to make Ontario a barrier-free province. How does this apply to the digital world? By January 1, 2014, all new websites must be AODA compliant, meaning that the following:

Compliance Requirements

In the guidelines set forth by this act, websites must be compliant with the following items.

Our Commitment   

Buckland is committed to adhering to the AODA standards. We believe that our web-based information should be barrier-free and accessible to all persons no matter their disability or access requirements.

Additionally, Buckland is committed to ensuring all new content is published with accessibility in mind and continually adhering to AODA standards as new amendments are brought forth.

Questions and Further Assistance

If you have further questions in regards to our website accessibility or are incurring any issues while accessing our content please contact us at

Please refer to the Buckland AODA-Multi-Year-Accessibility-Plan-2015-2020.