Canadian Accessibility Network Domain Area Committees
CAN will advance accessibility nationally in the five key areas, or what we call Domain Areas: Community Engagement; Education and Training; Employment; Policy; and Research, Design and Innovation.
The work of these Domain Area Committees (DACs) will be informed by the on-going discussions and activities identified by the Governing Council (GC) and Advisory Council (AC), as well as through co-collaboration across domain working groups.
The main purpose of each DAC is to:
- Assist the GC and AC to identify, assess, pursue and implement DAC-related opportunities to ensure that CAN meets its organizational objectives;
- Help develop, implement and promote DAC-related policies, procedures and practices related to accessibility, disability and/or inclusion across the Network; and
- Assist the GC to fulfil the Network’s commitments to its partner organizations and primary stakeholders regarding DAC-related issues.
Now Recruiting Volunteers!
The Canadian Accessibility Network is actively recruiting for new members for four of our Domain Area Committees: Community Engagement, Education and Training, Employment and Policy! We are looking for individuals who are passionate about advancing accessibility in Canada through developing, implementing and promoting the goals of each Domain Area Committee. To find out more information about the Domain Area Committees please visit each DACs page as linked below.
For more information on each of the Domain Area Committees, visit: