A mother, who felt her daugter's rights were being infringed, files a complaint with the ontario human right commission. - by D.Henry Wright
When Laura Booth started kindergarten at Dixon Grove Junior-Middle School in September 1987, she made it there and back in her wheelchair unimpeded by physical obstacles. That was partly because her mother, Joan, made sure she would. A couple of months earlier, she had called the Etobicoke City works department and saw to it that all the curbs between their home and Dixon Grove were ramped.