Courthouse Accessibility

The Ontario Courts support the goal of a court system that is accessible to persons with disabilities and are committed to working with the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General in this regard.

How Do I Request Accommodation?

  • Court of Appeal for Ontario: For information about courthouse accessibility features at the Court of Appeal for Ontario, please contact the Accessibility Coordinator at 416-326-1029 or visit the Ministry of the Attorney General’s court address web page.
  • Superior Court of Justice: Information about courthouse accessibility features and how to contact the Accessibility Coordinator located in the courthouse that you are attending has been added to the Ministry of the Attorney General’s court address web pages.
  • Ontario Court of Justice: Information about courthouse accessibility features and how to contact the Accessibility Coordinator located in the courthouse that you are attending has been added to the Ministry of the Attorney General’s court address web pages. For provincial offences matters, please see the Ministry of the Attorney General's Municipal Provincial Offences Court Contacts page.

Ontario Courts Accessibility Committee (OCAC)

The Committee was established in 2007, by former Chief Justice Roy McMurtry and then Attorney General Michael Bryant, to provide ideas, information and advice to help make Ontario’s courts more accessible to people with disabilities. OCAC includes members from all levels of court, the Ontario Bar, the Ministry of the Attorney General and people with disabilities.