The province is looking for more input on accessibility standards.
The Nova Scotia government has launched an online survey for people who face barriers to accessibility to share their experiences.
And to gain input from people looking to make the province more accessible.
The Standard Development Committees, which were struck earlier this year to look at how to make education and public buildings more accessible, will use the information to help develop recommendations.
Nova Scotians will have more opportunities to provide feedback after their recommendations are drafted.
The new accessibility standards are expected to be implemented beginning in 2022.