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Canada’s example has lessons for other countries, says Steven Fletcher
Source: The Guardian
Aug 20th 2018
WHAT it means to be alive versus living a full life are not abstract thought exercises to me. In 1996, at the age of 23, I became a quadriplegic. As a recent engineering graduate from the University of Manitoba, driving to work at a mining job, I hit a moose with my car. In an instant I was completely paralysed from the neck down.
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