Accessibility

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Help Rally improve accessibility

All Canadians have the right to take part fully in society.

 

More than 6 million Canadians, aged 15 and over, have a disability.

At Rally, we believe in making affordable, high-speed Internet accessible for all Canadians, but true accessibility goes much further than that.

 

Advancing accessibility is about creating barrier-free communities, workplaces and services.

 

We are currently working on our accessibility plan to be implemented on June 1, 2024, and we want to hear from you to ensure that it meets your needs.

 

Please help us to identify and remove any barriers to accessing our services by completing the form below.

Learn more about The Accessible Canada Act.

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Other ways to get in touch.

 

By mail:

Attn: Human Resources Officer
Rally Enterprises & Communications Corp.
111 Railside Road, Suite 100
Toronto, ON M3a 1B2

 

By phone:

416 360 3000

 

By email:

accessibility@rally.ca

How we handle feedback.

 

We will contact you to confirm receipt of your feedback, unless you specify that you wish your feedback to remain anonymous.

 

All feedback will be forwarded to our accessibility working group, which includes our Chief Human Resource Officer. Feedback will be used as an input into the development of Rally’s Accessibility Plan, due for publication on or before June 2024.

 

Any personal private information that may be disclosed as part of feedback will be subject to Rally’s Privacy Policy.

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