The Manitoba Agricultural Services Corporation (MASC) is committed to ensuring access and participation for all Manitobans. In accordance with The Accessibility for Manitobans Act , MASC strives to meet the needs of those who face barriers, and to treat all people in ways that allow them to maintain their dignity and independence.
Accessibility Standard for Customer Service
As a Crown corporation, MASC actively supports the Manitoba government's Accessibility Standard for Customer Service PDF . MASC uses many methods to suit the communicative and physical needs of individual customers, and accommodates a wide variety of assistive devices to help all Manitobans access MASC services.
MASC regularly maintains the accessibility features of its 10 ARD and MASC Service Centres located across Manitoba. When a feature is temporarily unavailable, on-site signs will indicate how long the feature will be unavailable, and will provide alternate ways access MASC services.
MASC is continually working to make this website accessible to the widest possible audience. The MASC website is developed to meet 'Level AA' conformance of the World Wide Web Consortium W3C Guidelines 2.0 , and MASC will provide ongoing, seamless and standardized content that can be read/interpreted by the widest range of people and assistive devices.
Requesting Accessibility Accommodations
If you require an accommodation to access MASC services or information, or to attend a public event organized by MASC, you can request an accommodation by contacting the department or event organizer. Reasonable accommodations will be made. Contact information can be found on the MASC Contact page.