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The largest city in the Canadian Prairies boasts an incredible array of activities for anyone. From the booming city life to the outdoor adventure playground of the mountains, locals and visitors enjoy a wonderful standard of living. But is the Boomtown life available universally? A recently blind farmer, a wheelchair athlete, and a blind budding journalist explore the possibilities of this city.
The gateway to western Canada is a heritage gem featuring a vibrant art scene. From the famous 'windiest' intersection at Portage and Main, to the new Canadian Museum for Human Rights, to the wildly popular river Forks, we watch a blind millennial entrepreneur, a law student in a wheelchair, and a blind photographer stretch the boundaries of what's possible in Winnipeg.
The Niagara region is one of the most beautiful and popular geographic draws in Canada. It is also one of the busiest border towns with the US but how accessible is this massively visited area? A blind adventurer, an aspiring interior decorator, and teenage girl explore the region and its bounty.
Ottawa is home to some of Canada's most important landmarks, institutions and museums but does our nation's capital offer the same lifestyle to people with disabilities? A writer, a blind storyteller, and an indie musician put the capital to the test.
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- Premiered: March 24, 2015
- Rating: None
- Premise: A four-part series about accessible cities across Canada explores what it is really like to get around town as a citizen with physical disabilities.