It was January 12, 1984 when Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind was incorporated and became one of three guide dog training organizations to open in Canada between 1981 and 1984. Prior to that, the service was lacking in Canada.
RPuppies from Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind are getting bigger everyday and will soon be placed with their ever-important puppy raisers. Though before that, these lil’ guys and girls need names.
The Ottawa REDBLACKS are proud to work with Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind throughout the 2019 season to raise awareness about the opportunities the organization provides members of our community.
It’s uncommon to see people flop down on the carpet in an upscale hotel lobby. But at the Fairmont Banff Springs on a Friday morning, a middle-aged woman from Indianapolis and two kids from Montreal are the latest of many to reject decorum when faced with Bear’s charms.
Renfrew-area man remembered for passionate support of guide dogs
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.