Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind is excited to celebrate its’ thirty-fifth anniversary. Incorporated on January 12, 1984, the organization was founded by two individuals from England who came to Canada with the intention of starting a guide dog training organization, something that was lacking at the time.
Wagging Winston to welcome guests at Victoria’s Empress Hotel.
How a dog went from failure to The Fairmont.
A clumsy swirl of black lab and golden retriever puppies skitter across the wooden floors of their temporary home in rural Ottawa. It might not look like it right now, but these pups are destined for a life of service.
The 9th annual Dining In The Dark charity fundraiser event held at Chances R Restaurant on May 29 was another sold out success, and raised $5,000 in support of Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind.
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The look on Anne Malone’s face tells the story. Ask her about the impact her guide dog, Cheryl, has had on her life and she lights up. Malone, who lives in St. John’s, is known to many from her years as a proposal writer for the arts community.