Made a little trip out to @RiverCreeCasino since I saw they changed their sign in the windows!! #FAITH #covid19 #bekind #stayhealthy #WeAreAllInThisTogether #canoncanada #yeg pic.twitter.com/INqpMvFL3A

— Keith Moore (@kmoorephotos) April 22, 2020

Co-worker reporting working conditions as “cozy”. HR boss @alysonjconnolly will be happy with that. #Artie pic.twitter.com/a81ZL6vB51

— Mark Connolly (@MarkConnollyCBC) April 22, 2020

The $350M Emergency Community Support Fund leverages United Way’s extensive local human services knowledge and network to ensure rapid relief reaches those that need it most, and that no one is left behind. Thank you @Canada #locallovehttps://t.co/Xt1pS6VAof

— Rob Yager (@RCYager) April 22, 2020

If you’re dealing with any of the following emotional experiences, more people than you might think can probably relate—and it is 100% valid.#covid19 #mentalhealth #togetherapart https://t.co/Eo1mls8XX6

— CMHA National (@CMHA_NTL) April 22, 2020

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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