Gendered language changes reduce barriers in B.C.

Domain: Culture
Government:Provincial/Territorial, British Columbia
Tags:Gender, Accessibility

Approximately 600 instances of gendered language across 15 ministries’ regulations have been updated to reflect the diversity of the people served by the B.C. government. These changes have been made to ensure that all British Columbians have equal access to government services, no matter their sexual orientation, gender identity, race or cultural beliefs.

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