The Canadian Civil Liberties Association and Education Trust (CCLET) engages students and teachers with knowledge and skills to develop critical thinking about their rights and freedoms. Access to guest speakers and enhanced educational programming is often limited in many rural and remote communities. Isolation and resource deprivation can put already marginalized communities at risk, particularly Indigenous Peoples of Canada and people with disabilities. CCLET will engage rural, remote and Indigenous communities to develop web-based, culturally appropriate and accessible educational programming. In this way, they are taking their already successful model of in-person workshops, currently delivered at schools and universities in Ontario, online for all Canadians to access.