Saturday, 24 October 2015

     Come join the winning team,                   

Help Mightywheels, help others. We are a wheel accessibility team that I created to help people who use wheels. We'll stand up for all people using wheels and help them journey through our city. We will bring attention to problem areas. So that everyone can access the city. This free service can be used by anyone, parents pushing baby strollers, people using walking aids or wheelchairs. Our mission is to help bring attention to difficulties people face every day, such as poor surface areas, poor city intersections, poor sidewalks, sidewalk ramps, and non-accessible places of business. We want equal accessibility, so we can all access our beautiful city. I am hoping to raise awareness for the struggles that people with wheels have everyday. Thanks for your time & we appreciate any help that comes our way.
I will not rest until the government uses a person who uses wheels to evaluate wheel entry, parking stalls, door ways and other access points. The government has improved a lot but there is still far to go.
Every day that I'm able to, I will post an idea to help people who look on my wheel accessibility blog.

Monday, 5 October 2015

Smiling Faces

The last day of Callingwood’s farmers market, my self and Quan's workers went around handing out coupons for free hot chocolate at the Tea House. The Mightywheels team could not make it there so myself and Quan's workers went around handing out the coupons. We feel the event was a success. There were lots of smiling faces on a breezy day. 

Friday, 2 October 2015


Examiner Interview ... here

AMI-TV Interview ... here

Pinterest Page ... here

inews 880 Interview ... here

Metro News Interview ... here

CBC New's Interview ... here

Make something Edmonton ... here Page ... here

Callingwood Connector Interview  ... here

CTV's stop Gap Interview ... here