Detroit delivered their festival via internet, television, and radio. An excellent experience! (They) flawlessly delivered on their promise of a rich sound, high definition video experience. DJF 2020 represents a demarcation line in festival production.
My blog has been quiet for over a year. It's time to get back to work! I am redesigning things now. Watch this space for new blogs, beginning again in Fall, 2020.
In early 2018, Jean M traveled to Rochester Hills, Michigan to obtain a new guide dog from Leader Dogs for the Blind. At the time, she wrote a series of Facebook posts about her experiences, providing information for her friends and neighbours about what is involved in getting a guide dog. Her posts were popular … Continue reading A Trip To Leader Dogs for the Blind
Victory! "After careful consideration, CGSB has withdrawn its intent to produce a National Standard of Canada for Service Dogs and as a result, ongoing technical committee work is not anticipated at this time.”
Because we have been silent on this blog for a couple of months, you might think things have been quiet at Canadian Guide Dog; but we have not been idle.
Canadian Human Rights Commission: "the process the CGSB has undertaken... will not produce a standard that protects human rights."
"Canadian guide dog users should not be comforted by the idea of a national standard being voluntary. "