Guelph girl with cerebral palsy denied access to jungle gym due to ankle braces

CBC News | March 29, 2015, Written by Jane van Koeverden

A Guelph family is planning to file a complaint with the Ontario human rights tribunal against a local indoor playground called Funmazing Playcentre after their 4-year-old daughter Eloise, who has cerebral palsy, was denied access to an indoor jungle gym due to the supportive ankle braces and shoes she wears.

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The Dupuis family, from L to R: Tracy, Lucy (6), Eloise (4) and Matthew.

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