A Virtual Panel Speakers Event, hosted by the City of Coquitlam and its Universal Access-Ability Advisory Committee (UAAC).
The purpose of this UAAC biennial education event is to provide an opportunity to reflect on how COVID-19 has affected accessibility, while also looking past this pandemic and the “new normal” that presents a chance to promote accessibility in our communities. The panel will share perspectives about this topic and suggest ways that residents, organizations, businesses, and governments can improve accessibility in the “Post COVID-19 Era”.
The panel will discuss three questions pre-selected by the UAAC, followed by a 15-minute Q&A. ***Please send in any questions you would like to ask the panel at the time of registration.***
This event will be conducted electronically through Zoom. By using Zoom Meeting you are consenting to the collection and storage of your personal information (image, voice, name, opinions and any other information disclosed by you) under the authority of sections 26 and 33 of the British Columbia Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. You are also consenting to disclosure of your personal information to Zoom Video Communications (Zoom), a meeting management software service provider, with storage located in the United States. Recorded meetings are stored in Zoom’s storage cloud. Zoom also collects temporary and/or passive data. The personal information you provide to Zoom will be used for the purposes of providing you with access to meeting management software. This consent is effective on that date you accept this meeting invitation. PLEASE DO NOT JOIN THE MEETING IF YOU DON’T WANT YOUR INFORMATION COLLECTED. Questions? please email the City Clerk’s Office at FOI@coquitlam.ca.