W3C Priority One Accessibility Compliance. The United Counties of Leeds and Grenville is committed to making all of our Internet documents available to everyone. In accordance with Federal and Provincial accessibility legislation(s), we have designed our site to remove accessibility problems for people with disabilities. If you have difficulty using adaptive technology with any of our Web pages, Email. We will work to make them accessible as quickly as possible.

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Tables are used for formatting purposes in this web site and to maintain design functionality across a variety of platforms and browsers, absolute units have been used in these structural tables. Data tables use relative units only.

PDF Documents
To read PDF documents with a screen reader please link to the Access Adobe website which provides useful tools and resources.

You need Acrobat Reader software to view Adobe Acrobat PDF files. If you do not have the software installed on your computer, you can download it for free at Acrobat Reader.

Hints if you are using access technology
If you use access technology to view PDF documents go to the Access Adobe website site which provides information and tools. An online conversion tool for PDFs can be found at online conversion tools for Adobe PDF documents.

Hints for downloading Acrobat files
There are two ways to download PDFs, first, right click on the PDF link, select ´save target as´ from the pop-up menu, download to your hard disk. Or, open the PDF, click on the save icon on the Acrobat toolbar, download to hard disk.

In most instances Adobe Acrobat Portable Document Format (PDF) publications are provided with an alternative, such as Microsoft Word, plain text or HTML. In some cases, alternatives have not been provided due to copyright and legal reasons. Alternatives have been provided wherever possible. In all cases where a PDF document is provided without an alternative, UCLG will provide a suitable alternative format on request.

Accessibility Links
The following English-language links provide an overview of accessibility requirements and legislation in Ontario.