“Bathrooms are an indication of who counts, or who matters,” says Karen Scott, who uses a wheelchair. “I frequently feel that as a disabled person when things are not accessible to me, it sends the signal all the time: ‘you don’t matter.’” [Photo © Olivia Robinson]

“Bathrooms are an indication of who counts, or who matters,” says Karen Scott, who uses a wheelchair. “I frequently feel that as a disabled person when things are not accessible to me, it sends the signal all the time: ‘you don’t matter.’” [Photo © Olivia Robinson]

The Algonquin Anishinabeg Nation Tribal Council flag was one of two Algonquin Anishinabe flags permanently raised at city hall in June 2018. [Photo © Martin Boyce]

The Algonquin Anishinabeg Nation Tribal Council flag was one of two Algonquin Anishinabe flags permanently raised at city hall in June 2018. [Photo © Martin Boyce]


Cory Thompson and his a three-legged Australian Shepherd mix Kyla sit outside his tiny home in Carcross, Yukon. [Photo © Raisa Patel]

Cory Thompson and his a three-legged Australian Shepherd mix Kyla sit outside his tiny home in Carcross, Yukon. [Photo © Raisa Patel]



500 acres donated to land trust (Minden Times) | June 7, 2018

Longtime Haliburton resident Leopoldina Dobrzensky reads a statement that she and Margaret Dobrzensky have donated 500 acres to the Haliburton Highlands Land Trust through the Federal Ecological Gifts Program. The announcement was made at the HHLT's June 2 AGM. The area will be known as Barnham Creek Nature Reserve. [Photo © Olivia Robinson]

Longtime Haliburton resident Leopoldina Dobrzensky reads a statement that she and Margaret Dobrzensky have donated 500 acres to the Haliburton Highlands Land Trust through the Federal Ecological Gifts Program. The announcement was made at the HHLT's June 2 AGM. The area will be known as Barnham Creek Nature Reserve. [Photo © Olivia Robinson]

Rod Sutherland, City of Kawartha Lakes director of human services; Ryan O’Neill, OEYC board chair; and Pippa Stephenson, OEYC executive director fielded questions from parents upset that a daycare in Minden was to abruptly close, leaving parents scrambling to find daycare for their children. [Photo © Olivia Robinson]

Rod Sutherland, City of Kawartha Lakes director of human services; Ryan O’Neill, OEYC board chair; and Pippa Stephenson, OEYC executive director fielded questions from parents upset that a daycare in Minden was to abruptly close, leaving parents scrambling to find daycare for their children. [Photo © Olivia Robinson]