The struggle to accept going blind

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Learning to use the white cane in public is a hard thing to do. Ron Salter tries his hand at blind bowling (istockphoto.com, Josh Pagé/CBC).
We live in a very visual world.

Signs, street lights, even movie screens. It seems everything in society is designed for people who can see.

So what's it like if suddenly you can't?

At a blind bowling event hosted by the White Cane Club for visually impaired people, Josh Pagé finds the story of one man's struggle to accept going blind, and the relief that comes for those who comes to terms with their vision loss.

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