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West Edmonton playground built for kids of all abilities

A park in Edmonton's west end has been given a makeover to make it more accessible to all children.
A new park in west Edmonton was designed to be usable by children with disabilities. 2:02

A park in Edmonton's west end has been given a makeover to make it more accessible to all children.

Eight-year-old Conor Street’s colour vision was impacted when he suffered a traumatic brain injury as a toddler, making it difficult for him to play on the brown playground equipment with the other children.

To fix the situation, his mother Kim Street helped raise the funds to to build a brightened-up Monsignor Walter Fitzgerald park, designed for kids with special needs.

The CBC’s Kristina Partsinevelos has more.

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