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Accessibility in Nova Scotia

Accessibility is not currently standardized at licensed accommodations in Nova Scotia. Accommodations may indicate they are partially or completely accessible but definitions can vary from operator to operator. When possible, please contact operators directly to ensure their accommodation meets your requirements. is the enhanced program that verifies and designates accessibility levels; it consists of four designations and is applied to all types of businesses, tourism operation/experience – indoor or out – as well as communities and public/private facilities. is a voluntary program and all participating locations have been visited to confirm their access level.
Please contact the establishment directly to ensure your specific needs can be met.     

Full Mobile Accessible

Accessible to persons requiring the use of a wheelchair or other mobility assistive device.



Partially Accessible

Accessible or partially accessible to persons with varied levels of disability including difficulty with mobility, reflexes, and strength.



Site Accessible

Accessible to persons with partial sight impairment to total blindness



Hearing Accessible

Accessible to persons with partial hearing loss to total hearing loss


Please visit for more information and to view a complete database of verified locations.