Cam 'n Eggs: June 21 – Earplugs of democracy? (UPDATED 410 pm 06.21.19)

I can be difficult to listen to: I live with cerebral palsy and my speech is slurred. So I have to ask: Mr. Kenney, if we meet, will you be equipped with earplugs because that’s the easiest thing to do rather than listening to me? Red flags may be flying now for minority groups. Because,  Mr. Premier, by handing out earplugs Thursday morning when your government was supposed to be debating a bill rings alarms on full volume. It suggests you only will listen to things you want to. As a person in a minority group needing an effective voice, I am concerned. Please, sir, do not resort to theatrics.

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    A POWERFUL STATEMENT ON MENTAL HEALTH

    Published by Cam Tait

    Background shareclose email Gary McPherson: pioneer for people with disabilities, visionary, executive, family man and everybody’s friend. Gary’s voice was a strong advocate of reason and negotiability. When Gary passed away in 2010, few people carried his vision on. Sadly, we see it today: people with disabilities are being overlooked and not being heard. Gary was a dear friend of mine who opened many doors for me since 1979. This site is now dedicated to Gary’s legacy. I am going to try — in my own voice — to carry on his legacy. But nobody did things like Gary. I miss you every day, my friend .

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