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Our Commitment to Accessibility

Cardinal is committed to providing a respectful, accessible, and inclusive environment for all persons with disabilities. We continuously look for ways to build a culture that is welcoming to all and embodies the principles of inclusion and equal opportunity.

Cardinal supports the realization of a Canada without Barriers by 2040. We are committed to fostering an accessible and inclusive environment with and for persons with disabilities by meeting the requirements of the Accessible Canada Act (ACA), its regulations, standards, and all other relevant legislation concerning accessibility. We will achieve this by identifying, preventing, and removing barriers experienced by persons with disabilities who interact with our Company.

Our Accessibility Plan

Cardinal’s Accessibility Plan outlines the actions we plan to take to identify, remove and prevent barriers to accessibility.

View Accessibility Plan

To request a copy of our Accessibility Plan in an alternate format, you can use our online form or any of the contact methods below. Available formats include: print, large print, braille, audio, electronic format, or other agreed-upon formats.

Accessibility Feedback

Cardinal welcomes feedback on our Accessibility Plan. Feedback is important to us, and it will be taken into account as part of the continuous improvement of our accessibility efforts.

Feedback on our Accessibility Plan can be provided by:

Method Information
Direct Mail Cardinal
Human Resources Manager
6600 Goreway Drive, Unit D
Mississauga, Ontario L4V 1S6
Telephone 800-387-3199 (Toll-Free)
Email accessibility@cardinalcouriers.com
Online Form Coming Soon
Main Contact Human Resources Manager

You can submit your feedback anonymously. However, we may be able to better serve you if you provide your name, phone number, province, and preferred method of communication. We will acknowledge receipt of all feedback, except for feedback provided anonymously.

By contacting us, you agree to the collection, use and storage of your personal information provided to us for the purposes of responding to you and improving our services.

The designated person responsible for receiving accessibility feedback is the Human Resources Manager.