Blaevoet said that option failed to consider people with disabilities who may be seeking services on their own.There are so many things that make The Wildflower Inn special! The unique setting of Wildflower Inn is more than enough to make us stand out from any other place in the world.Fellow passengers said on Twitter that the man who was removed was taken from the plane alongside his wife.THE FRIDAY INTERVIEW: CIARÁN HANCOCKinterviews Tom Moran, hotelier HOTELIER Tom Moran comes through the door of his office and offers his hand and an apology for keeping me waiting.With four seats needed to enable United employees to make their shifts on flights the following day, airline employees asked for volunteers to have their tickets re-assigned to another flight.When no-one made themselves available, the Asian man, understood to be a doctor, was one of those forcibly removed from the plane.Passport Canada did not respond to CBC Toronto's inquiries about Gurza's story.His case comes just weeks after another Ontario resident's experience at the passport office counter made headlines.
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Andrew Gurza, a disability awareness consultant and wheelchair user, said he asked an agent Wednesday at the passport office on Victoria Street to assist him with the form.
Gurza said he cannot write on his own and doesn't own a printer because he lacks the physical ability to use one, so he booked a 45-minute Wheel-Trans ride to the downtown office. When it came to my turn, I rolled up and just said, 'Hi, I'd like to renew my passport and I'm going to need some assistance with doing that,'" said Gurza.
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