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Virtue - How To: Cross The Street 

on this sunny day, I am reminded of my rude awakening on Tuesday morning. The phone rang, it was the CNIB again. This time checking in to see if I was still interested in the mobility training. 369 more words

Living With An Eye Disease

Windsor ‘dragging its feet’ in terms of accessibility, say visually impaired residents

Windsor is a particularly challenging city to navigate for the visually impaired, says newcomer Rebecca Blaevoet.

Every time she rides the bus, she approaches the front with assistance from her seeing-eye dog, then asks the driver to alert her upon arrival at her stop. 796 more words

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THE QUÉBEC CONNECTION

So when my Dad put on his Dress Army Uniform that night in 1954 (to go out to the Stork), what the hell was he getting into? 1,175 more words

Stork Club

'Don’t distract working guide dogs' new CNIB campaign theme

Watch above: CNIB Saskatchewan has kicked off a new campaign to educate people about the dangers of distracting working guide dogs. Aaron Streck finds out why some legally blind individuals think this will do more harm than good. 380 more words

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Vision - The Present

Losing sight and losing vision are not the same thing.

It’s very easy to mix the two up.Especially when you are losing your ability to see at an increasingly fast rate. 168 more words

Living With An Eye Disease

Virtue - Combined Forces

i just had my first meeting at FFB FOR THE yourh Commitee. I met a young lady named Lora from Germany and she is so inspiring. 198 more words

Living With An Eye Disease

Program helps teens adjust to living with vision loss

MONCTON – Young New Brunswickers suffering from vision loss will soon have new role models to help guide them through life. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Moncton have paired with CNIB Canadian to launch a mentorship program. 362 more words

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