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Wheelchairs and snow are two things that typically don’t work well together. Well, the snow does fine. It’s the person in the wheelchair who is in peril. Certainly some specialized wheelchairs have been invented that can handle snow, but the … Continue reading
On July 20, 2017, three GPC Residents were able to go and speak at the City of Vancouver’s public hearing on the rezoning application. Several more were heard in a new method – pre-recorded video contribution. This enabled people who … Continue reading
On Sept 12 and 14, the City of Vancouver and Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) planners hosted an Open House – the third one so far. The purpose was to share the plans with the public and gather feedback regarding the … Continue reading
Two things that don’t really go well together are motorized wheelchairs and RAIN. Snow is even worse – many people in wheelchairs become stuck at home because their chairs can’t navigate snow. One of the reasons many of us look … Continue reading