Pumpkin Prowl 2020

This event was started as an opportunity for separated families to be able to enjoy a Halloween-like event, but it’s grown to welcome kids who are looking for any opportunity to dress up in costume, extended family who may miss Halloween with their favorite littles due to family conflict, or because work schedules leave you having to dig into your kids’ candy bags when you return from night shift in the morning.

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Hamilton’s First Wheelchair Swing

All too often the responsibility lies on people with disabilities to adapt to the world around them. This swing says no. Having this swing in the playground says ‘there is a place for you here and the space you take up matters.

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Invitation to Gage Park Wheelchair Swing Official Ribbon Cutting

Celebrating our community based wins feel more important than ever in this pandemic. On Saturday, September 19th at 10am, you are cordially invited to virtually attend the ribbon cutting of the City’s FIRST wheelchair swing. This swing is one step towards more inclusive play and to ensure our playgrounds are truly accessible.  In order to continue …

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Remembering Tony Perri

Through working with Trustee Perri, I gained a new perspective on education as a whole whether it’s public, separate, private, homeschooling, unschooling or schooling without a title. I learned as much as I could about all of these forms of education, meeting various partners and leaders along the way, and I owe the inspiration to looking beyond the education I grew up with in an effort to better understand the purpose of all choices, to Tony.

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To The Point

“Painter …. understood that the overall goal of removals, allotments, treaties, reservations and reserves, terminations, and relocation’s, was not simply to limit and control the movement of Native peoples, but more importantly to relieve them of their land base.”

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