Lake Ontario, ON - David Williams | Great Lakes Guide
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    Lake Ontario, ON - David Williams

I work, I volunteer actually with the city’s accessibility’s advisory committee. We typically advise on development projects, this waterfront piece being a part of one, so it’s nice to be able to see the different ways in which the city manages to find or make accessible spaces for us and it really works out better for everybody. Wheelchairs and strollers and walkers and everything.

Lake Ontario here, in Kingston, I’ve been here for a long time, wandering up and down the Waterfront, it’s nice to have some extra space to do that with smooth sidewalks and wide sidewalks. Happy about that.

It’s nice to be able to get close enough to the water to feel the breeze, splash in the water, it’s nice.

Lake Ontario, ON

Gord Edgar Downie Pier, Kingston, ON


Contributed By
David Williams

Collected By
Jessica Gordon

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