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The Way I See It: Glimpses

Blindness is experienced by individuals in unique and various ways. There is no ‘one size fits all’!  In this and subsequent posts, I offer a glimpse into my life as a person…

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2020 Vision Summit

In recognition of the symbolic year 2020, Fighting Blindness Canada, the Canadian Council of the Blind, and other national vision organizations are hosting a summit in Ottawa on February 12 called the…

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The Way I See It: Blindsided

The Way I See It is a ten-part blog series about living with vision loss, written by FBC community member Marlene Cust. Marlene lives in Victoria, BC, and has retinitis pigmentosa. To…

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Connecting with Canadians

Fighting Blindness Canada is engaging with Canadians across the country, both online and on the phone. With the help of a third-party organization, we are conducting a series of telephone, text, and…

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Vision 2020: Have Your Say

2020 has a special meaning to the vision community. It’s the phrase we all hear in the doctor’s office: 2020 vision. In medical terms, 2020 vision means “normal vision acuity” – that…

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Celebre Family Raises $14,000 for Vision Research!

Earlier in October, the Celebre family invited 200 friends and family members for a night of fun and fundraising on behalf of Fighting Blindness Canada! The event, called A Night for Nick,…

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