Tips for Browsing our Website

Tips for Browsing our Website

Almost every modern browser and operating system offers built-in features with assistive technologies. Below are some basic tips to address the most common accessible challenges. For a comprehensive list of tips on browsing, visit: W3C Web Accessibility Initiative – Better Web Browsing: Tips for Customizing Your Computer. http://www.w3.org/WAI/users/browsing


Screen Readers

The use of screen readers assists individuals who are blind or have visual impairment. The following are some popular screen readers:


Zoom in

Many web browsers allow you to zoom in on web pages using simple keyboard controls. The magnifier allows you to focus on specific parts of the screen, enlarging the text and other page elements.

  • For Windows operating systems, press Ctrl and the + (plus) key to zoom in (Ctrl and the – (minus) key to zoom out).
  • For Mac operating systems, press Cmd and the + (plus) key to zoom in (Cmd and the – (minus) key to zoom out).

Customize the Mouse Pointer

Changing the speed of which your mouse pointer moves assists those individuals with motor skill impairment. By slowing down the speed of your mouse pointer, navigation or buttons are easier to click on.


Further information on website accessibility is available from:

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COVID-19 Update

With the park open for use, all visitors are asked to respect the following guidelines when you are on our site to help prevent the spread of COVID-19:

  • If you are sick or if you have been in contact with someone that is sick, please do not enter the Ontario Place grounds.
  • Keep a healthy space of 2 metres between you and other park visitors.
  • Please wear a mask if you are unable to keep a physical distance of 2 metres.
  • Group sizes must follow current Covid outdoor gathering guidelines.
  • Dogs must be on leash and dog owners should be careful to maintain a distance of the recommended 2 metres from other dogs and persons.
  • Use garbage receptacles provided to protect workers and to help keep the park clean.

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