Information and Privacy Commission Orders Ontario to Reveal Plans for Enforcing Accessibility Law

The Information and Privacy Commission of Ontario has ordered the province to waive most of the fee it demanded from an unfunded accessibility advocacy coalition that had sought information relating to the government's plans for enforcing provincial accessibility legislation. David Lepofsky made the request for information and appealed the imposed fee as chair of Ontario’s non-partisan AODA Alliance. Daniel Naymark acted pro bono as counsel to Mr. Lepofsky/the AODA Alliance. 

Read the IPC's decision here, the AODA Alliance's press release here, and media coverage here.