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2012 ~ CANADIAN BLIND MONITOR ~ VOLUME 32

Celebrating 20 Years
of Self-Advocacy

The Alliance for Equality of Blind Canadians
PO Box 20262, RPO Town Centre, Kelowna, BC V1Y 9H2
Phone toll free: 1-800-561-4774 Email: info@blindcanadians.ca
Website: http://www.blindcanadians.ca

The Alliance for Equality of Blind Canadians (AEBC) is a not-for-profit consumer group of blind, deaf-blind and partially sighted persons of all ages, their parents and family members, and other interested individuals, who have joined together to preserve and enhance the rights of vision-impaired people in Canada.

We are proud to be involved in the myriad of issues affecting persons with limited vision, and to advocate advancement in such areas as employment opportunities, access issues, and equality. Our programs and services include public education and information, advocacy, an annual scholarship program for blind, deaf-blind and partially sighted post-secondary students, a mentorship program linking newly blind children, youth and adults with experienced vision-impaired role models, and an email list linking blind Canadians across the nation. We publish the Canadian Blind Monitor (CBM) once a year in audio, braille and electronic formats.

Call toll free or visit our accessible website for more information and to learn how you can support us in our important work.

You will find a form for making a donation, AEBC membership and a CBM magazine subscription inside of this issue.

The Alliance for Equality of Blind Canadians welcomes articles, resources and letters to the editor for possible publication in the Canadian Blind Monitor. For
further details, or to make a submission, contact us at the above information.

Views herein represent those of the authors and not necessarily those of the AEBC, its Board of Directors, staff, members or the editors. Likewise, any advertisements herein, do not necessarily represent endorsement.

Editor: Brenda Cooke
Associate Editor: Sara Bennett

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