Thursday, September 6, 2007

Help for disabled, natives pledged

TORONTO -- Challenges faced by the disabled in Ontario will get more attention and a new program will soon be launched to give a high-tech education to every aboriginal child in the northern part of the province, the new lieutenant-governor pledged yesterday.Immediately after Lt.-Gov. David Onley was sworn in as the Queen's representative in Ontario, he promised to use his influence to fight for better accessibility across the province and rally the public to support the cause.

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