Accessible Government Services

The Manitoba government is committed to ensuring equal access and participation for people with disabilities, and is committed to meeting the needs of people who face barriers. Government strives to provide services in ways that ensure the dignity and independence of Manitobans with disabilities.

Requesting Accessibility Accommodations

The Manitoba government wants to make sure everyone can access and understand information. If you need services and resources in a different format, or help with communication, follow the steps below:

The Manitoba government will try to answer requests quickly. There is no extra charge for different formats or help with communication.

If you have any questions about accessibility services, contact us. The Manitoba government values your ideas and is always working to make Manitoba a better place for everyone by providing services that are welcoming, inclusive, and user-friendly.

Manitoba Government Accessibility Plan and Policies

Learn more about The Accessibility for Manitobans Act, and find additional information to support accessibility, by visiting

Learn more about Manitoba Government Accessibility Plan (MGAP), a two-year plan for improving accessibility in all government departments.

The Manitoba Government Accessible Customer Service Policy (PDF) outlines the many ways we are working to ensure government programs and information are accessible to all.

Website Accessibility

The Manitoba government is always working to make this website accessible to the widest possible audience. The Accessible Information and Communication Standard Regulation requires that government web content must meet World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) 2.1. Level AA Internet standards. If you have any questions about the accessibility of our website, complete the Web Assistance contact form.