As a hockey writer James Mirtle doesn’t care about being a numbers guy, being the first one to tweet something, or having the popular opinion. For Mirtle, hockey writing is about being right. And his ability to be right over the course of his career is what made Mirtle the important voice in the hockey […]
Author Archive | Daniel Weryha
In 2005, the provincial government passed the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act promising a barrier free Ontario by 2025. Reporter Daniel Weryha has more on how a London woman and her team are speeding up the process with their community ramp project.
Despite declining enrollment numbers in the sport of hockey there are still over 600,000 kids under the age of 15 who play hockey in Canada. This year alone there are over a thousand players eligible for the 2015 Ontario Hockey League Priority Selection draft. Most hockey parents dream of seeing their son drafted to a […]
Music for the deaf community was considered an oxymoron by most people, but David Bobier believed that music is an art that could be shared by all, regardless of disability. The VibraFusion lab in London, that was founded by Bobier in 2013, is based on alternative audio technology created by the Inclusive Media and Design […]