Ontario. Legislative Assembly.

Accessibility plan

Issued also in French under title: Plan d'accessibilité ... / Assemblée l'égislative de l'Ontario. Subject(s): People with disabilities - Services for - Ontario, Barrier-free design - Government policy - Ontario, Accessible Web sites for people with disabilities - Ontario

How an Ontario bill becomes law : a guide for legislators and the public

The process of passing bills into law is one of the main tasks of a Legislative Assembly and it takes up a major portion of the Assembly's time. The stages are based on the British model and while this process is similar in all unicameral Canadian legislatures, over time it has been modified in each jurisdiction as circumstances and political events have dictated. This guide provides an overview of each kind of Ontario bill and the process it passes through to become law. Background notes accompanied by charts explain the scope and progress of each type of bill.