Accessibility workshop to be held for business


This article was submitted by the Sarnia-Lambton Chamber of Commerce


After the successful launch of Accessibility Sarnia Lambton “Breaking Barriers to Business” by Lieutenant Governor David Onley for the City of Sarnia 100th Anniversary the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce and the Ontario Chamber of Commerce offer the workshop for business “ACCESSIBILITY WORKS”. This Friday at 11:45 am to 1:00 pm business can learn what it needs to meet with the Ontario Accessibility standards but and there is a market of $46 Billion in disposable income waiting to acquire their goods and services.

Did You Know?

6.2 million Canadians with disabilities represent a disposable income of $46.6 billion

Market size in Sarnia Lambton $165 Million of disposable income

Did You Know?

Persons With Disabilities + Friends and Family = 17.7 million Canadians (6.2mm +11.5mm) with an aggregate annual disposable income of $357.7 billion ($46.6B +  $311.1B)

Market size in Sarnia Lambton $1.254 Billion of disposable income.


Mission:  To maximize revenue of local businesses by making Sarnia-Lambton an accessible destination.

Vision: Increase opportunities for business in Lambton County through provision of cost effective accessibility solutions


Friday, May 16, 11:45 am- 1:00 pm

$25 include lunch and taxes.

Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce, Chair’s Boardroom

556 Christina Street north

Sarnia, ON