Radio Noon - Manitoba | Oct 19, 2012 | 5:21

Special Needs Cottage

There's nothing like the peace and quiet of a cottage, but if doors aren't wide enough or there's no boardwalk, a cottage is out of the question for people with disabilities. Well not any more. We look at a new cottage being built by the St Amant Centre.

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