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Wheelchair Tennis in Grimsby

27 athletes from around the world are competing at the Grimsby Tennis Club for the Janco Steel Wheelchair Tennis Classic, sanctioned by the International Tennis Federation and Tennis Canada. Competition will take place from June 18-21, 2019.

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Robert Nigol Appointed New Chair of ParaSport® Ontario

We would like to congratulate and welcome Robert Nigol to his new position as Chair of ParaSport® Ontario as of Tuesday, June 18, 2019. Robert has been a Board member for ParaSport® Ontario for over a year and brings a lot of experience to the board. He is also a Managing Partner with EPS Settlements Group of Canada and Chair of Spinal Cord Injury of Ontario.

Robert began his term as Chair by presenting a specialized wheelchair to Karen Natho of the Brock Niagara Penguins.

Thank you to Joe Millage who held the position previously for your years of hard work and commitment to helping improve the lives of people with physical disabilities through ParaSport®.

Explore Accessible Trails in Ontario

Accessible Trails

Originally posted by Ontario Trails.

The Ontarians with Disabilities Act is proposing many changes in order to improve accessibility for persons with a disability. This includes such things as access to arenas, pools, banks, office buildings and trails. The Ontario Trails Council encourages safe and responsible use of all trails, by all, for all.

In the future we are looking forward to an environment that allows for as many Ontarians as possible to get out and get active. To explore trails and the great outdoors. The OTC respectfully reminds all persons to: trail smart, plan before you go, know your limits, understand the environment and your capabilities, and plan to return home safe and sound.

Read the original webpage and find your local trail.