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Past Episodes: January 2012 Archives

Friendships are something some people take for granted. But for people with disabilities, friendships are something many of them have a hard time maintaining.

We all value our friendships and most of us make friends throughout our lives. But for people with disabilities, it can be a lot harder to maintain friendships, especially as adults. That's one of the findings in a report released today by Anne Snowdon. She's a professor at the Odette School of Business. She joins me in the studio. Also joining us by phone is Kevin McShan, a 23 year Windsorite with cerebral palsy.
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we'll get an update on the Family Aquatics Centre slated for downtown Windsor.

If you've been wondering what the latest is on the Family Aquatics Centre for downtown Windsor, you can find out for yourself tonight at City Hall.Don Sadler, the project manager for the centre, is making a presentation to the Family Aquatics Steering Committee at 5 tonight.
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Be prepared to hear some stunning new music this weekend as the Windsor Symphony Orchestra performs new works for jazz piano and orchestra with guest pianist Ron Davis and his trio.

Back in 2009 Canadian Jazz pianist Ron Davis performed with the Windsor Symphony Orchestra and the result was so exciting that music director John Morris Russell decided then and there that they had to work together again.Here we are three years later and Ron Davis is back with his trio to perform SymphRonica tomorrow night and Sunday afternoon at the Chrysler Theatre.Now, Ron Davis joins me in the studio to talk about SymphRonica.

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