Clearwater seniors mobility issues addressed

seniors.jpg Seniors in Clearwater should have an easier time getting around once a new study is completed (CBC).

Icy sidewalks, slippery roads and snow drifts.

It's hard enough for most of us to get around this time of year.

But it's especially hard for seniors.

Clearwater has a plan to make it easier.

It is the host town for a three year study done through the University of Northern British Columbia.

Marleen Morris is the associate director of the community development institute at the university.

Daybreak host Shelley Joyce speaks with her about the study.

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