Live from Studio 5

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Community Report - Pacific

Listen to Live from Studio 5 weekdays 8 a.m. - 10 a.m. Eastern to find out what’s happening in your community! Tune in weekly to hear from our community reporters across the country bringing you information on events and happenings in the blind and partially sighted community across Canada. Click here for more reports in other regions: AtlanticCentral and West

British Columbia – Amy Amantea

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An artist, actor and advocate for persons with disabilities, Amy spends her time volunteering in the community, enhancing accessibility and creating awareness around sight loss. She plans to experience all that life has to offer! Amy lives in Vancouver and reports on the British Columbia region.  

Recent Reports:

September 6, 2017 - Amy Amantea tells us about a fundraiser for the Vancouver Blind Curling Club, the upcoming Vision Loss Information Exchange in Coquitlam, and what’s to come at CNIB Mobile Days in Nanaimo and Parksville. From the September 6th 2017 episode.

 

Victoria and Vancouver Island - Linda Bartram

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Linda is currently working for the Pacific Training Centre for the Blind and is a life-long advocate for persons with vision loss. She is a co-founder of the Victoria Society for Blind Arts and Culture and loves the arts.

Recent Reports:

Kelowna - Bobby Weir 

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Bobby has a degenerative optic nerve disease. She works to challenge herself to step outside of her comfort zone on a regular basis. Bobby loves the outdoors, connecting with and supporting others with vision loss and advocating for the understanding and equality of all.

Recent Reports:

August 28, 2017 - Bobby Weir, our newest community reporter, tells us about this year’s Mobility Cup. Hosted in Kelowna by the Disabled Sailing Association of BC.

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