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The Globe and Mail is dedicated to providing a respectful, welcoming, accessible, and inclusive environment for all people with disabilities. As part of our online commitment, we are focused on ensuring that meets WCAG 2.0 AA standards as required by the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), and that our content is accessible for all users, including those with visual, hearing, motor and cognitive challenges. For more information on the steps The Globe and Mail is making to become more accessible, please review our Accessibility Policy.

The Globe and Mail has been thoroughly tested and updated to ensure it works efficiently with modern assistive technology such as screen readers. We have also worked to ensure that most content and functionality can be accessed using only a keyboard. As we develop new features and functionality on our site, our team of product managers, designers and developers will continue to consider accessibility and build to the highest standard possible.

What accessibility tools are available on


You can have articles read out loud using our Audio feature. This natural sounding text-to-speech tool is powered by AI Technology from Amazon Web Services. The audio player can be found inside the toolbar that appears below the headline on most articles.

What accessibility features does my browser support?

Each browser contains its own selection of accessibility features. To find the latest options, visit one of the links below.

What is available through my operating system?

Each operating system has a selection of built-in accessibility features. To find the latest options, visit one of the links below:

How do I provide feedback?

We are constantly working to better the website experience for our audience. If you have suggestions or comments on how to make more accessible, please fill out the form below.