CBC News | November 30, 2015
The bus is Daphne LaCount’s lifeline.
She’s been in a wheelchair for the past four years because of a bad hip and arthritis in her back. Without the bus, she wouldn’t be able to get to her ceramics class, go to doctor’s appointments or socialize.
Last week, the Windsor woman said she was told she couldn’t get on a bus because the designated wheelchair spots were taken up by passengers with strollers.