Opinion

The person who drives the Boomer Buggy does not need a drivers’ licence. It is meant to be driven on the sidewalk or the road if there are no sidewalks. — submitted photo

CRABTREE: The Boomer Buggy

People have always needed a way to get around when they couldn’t walk. First, wheels on a simple chair, then larger wheels that allowed a person to self-propel and now space age technology is used to build light, strong wheelchairs that allow Paralympic athletes to play fast-paced games and race.

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A lot more to be answered

Ontario Power Generation's latest report on its proposed nuclear waste chamber near Lake Huron focuses on science, which leaves a lot of issues unaddressed.