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    Accessibility Advisory Committee

    The Region of Peel Accessibility Advisory Committee (AAC) was established on May 29, 2003. The committee advises the Region of Peel according to the requirements of the Ontarians with Disability Act 2001(ODA) and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).

    The committee consists of the Regional Chair, three Regional Council members and several community representatives, the majority of whom have a disability. The AAC guides Regional Council on accessibility issues and helps identify and prioritize barriers to be eliminated. The AAC also monitors the progress of Regional accessibility initiatives which are reported annually to Regional Council.

    The members of the AAC will serve a four-year term or until their successors are appointed by Regional Council.

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    Chair and Members of the Committee:

    Committee Chair:

    • Naz Husain

    Members:

    • Regional Chair Dale, (Ex-officio)
    • Annette Groves, Regional Councillor
    • Matt Mahoney, Regional Councillor
    • Michael Palleschi, Regional Councillor
    • Chamila Belleth, Citizen Member
    • Amanjit Brar, Citizen Member
    • Raj Chopra, Citizen Member
    • Mary Daniel, Citizen Member
    • Dely Farrace, Citizen Member (Vice-Chair)
    • Rabia Khedr, Citizen Member
    • Tarryl Tamlin, Citizen Member
    • Linda Soulliere, Citizen Member
    • Tara Geraghty, Citizen Member

    Accessibility Planning Program Staff

    Legislative Services Staff

    • Rachel Comacchio, Committee Clerk

    For more information about the Accessibility Advisory Committee, please contact the Accessibility Planning Specialist at zzg-aac@peelregion.ca.

    Revised: Tuesday January 03 2017

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