Monthly Archives: November 2015

“A Social Change Touchdown”

My team didn’t win the Grey Cup (nevertheless a great season for the Ottawa RedBlacks!) but on the same day, via a Toronto Star investigative report, a social change touchdown was scored on the journey towards a more inclusive society … Continue reading

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Toronto Star Sheltered Workshops Follow-Up

In the days after the November 2 investigative report on sheltered workshops in the Toronto Star I was able to follow up with a letter to the editor. I’m glad that I did, because unfortunately most of the other letters … Continue reading

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Speaking out about Sheltered Workshops (Toronto Star)

I contributed some background information and was also quoted at the conclusion of the story (note that this investigative report by Moira Welsh is in several parts, much of which is found only in the tablet version). Although there is … Continue reading

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