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StopGap project

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A mountain biking accident set Luke Anderson on a very different life path than he had planned. One he now navigates in a wheelchair. This weekend, Luke is in town to speak at the Accessibility Summit happening at Carleton University. He dropped by the All in a Day studio to tell Alan how he's clearing away obstacles, one ramp at a time, with his project called StopGap.

 

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