In Featured, From the Editorial Board October 26, 2022 Jordan Alexander After dragging my feet for more than half a decade, I begrudgingly made a …Why I Don’t Trust the Medical System
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Time to move to Alberta? This is Vancouver: No better in the Okanagan: 2.5 years of Trudeau & Bonnie Henry’s madness exacerbated these issues, and …On This blog A Reader Responding To My Support For Danielle Smith ——This Is What Many People Don’t Realize—-The Sense of Hopelessness——-
What disabled people need from non-disabled people is some of what everyone seems to expect from us: understanding, patience, and resilience.
— Read on www.forbes.com/sites/andrewpulrang/2021/10/28/3-qualities-people-with-disabilities-want-from-non-disabled-people/
It’s a party! Not only are we celebrating Canada Day this week in the Anti-Gloom Zoom Room, but Ryan, Rob, and Steve also raise a glass and talk to Albert Ruel, Get Together With Technology Coordinator for the Canadian Council of the Blind, who is officially retiring. We talk about his career as an employee of the CNIB and CCB as well as aspects of technology and even how he initially lost his sight.