October 2022 is Accessibility Month at the libraries

Last updated September 30, 2022
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To celebrate Universal Accessibility Month, the libraries are offering workshops, conferences and exhibitions from October 1 to 31, 2022.

A large format photo exhibition

This year, in collaboration with the Association québécoise des personnes de petite taille, several libraries are hosting an exhibition of portraits of little people.

Young audience

Many family activities are offered where children can learn about different auditory, sensory or visual limitations.


Are you interested in neurodiversity? Want to learn sign language? Add to your knowledge at workshops.

Read your local library’s program to find out about all the activities.

A contest to test your knowledge 

During your next visit to the library, answer questions related to universal accessibility and you could win a prize. 

Book suggestions to raise awareness of functional limitations

The Montréal librarians can offer you suggestions for books that discuss ability diversity with a sensitive, emotional or humorous tone.

The city libraries are also helping create a more inclusive community by providing activities to local schools and organizations. Contact your neighbourhood library to find out more.

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