Hi...Ontario is using simple, accessible and bilingual signage to make the Sarnia Courthouse easier to navigate.
Improvements to signs throughout the courthouse include:
consistent, easy to understand terms
pictograms to clearly illustrate instructions (e.g. accessible parking)
braille and tactile elements for the visually impaired
standard design with similar fonts, colours, materials and placement of words
The project is part of the government's response to a number of recommendations made by the Civil Justice Reform Project, led by former Associate Chief Justice Coulter Osborne.
Making courts easier to navigate is part of the government's plan to build a stronger, more accessible justice system and a fair society for all.