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Blind advocate for the blind at legislature rally

Leading the way Demonstrating for the rights of the blind, local physiotherapist Graeme McCreath and Elizabeth Lalonde, president of the Canadian Federation of the Blind, chant outside the legislature on Tuesday. The protest was calling for more government jobs and skills training for the blind.  - Don Denton/News staff
Leading the way Demonstrating for the rights of the blind, local physiotherapist Graeme McCreath and Elizabeth Lalonde, president of the Canadian Federation of the Blind, chant outside the legislature on Tuesday. The protest was calling for more government jobs and skills training for the blind.
— image credit: Don Denton/News staff

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