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Volume 10

Thinking Outside the Booth

This issue of has three of these Canadian agencies – Island Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services, with their main office in Victoria, British Columbia; Wavefront Centre for Communication Accessibility (formerly the Western Institute for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing) in Vancouver, British Columbia; and Canadian Hearing Services (formerly Canadian Hearing Society), with main offices in Toronto, Ontario.

Island Deaf and Hard of Hearing Centre, Victoria, British Columbia
By Rachel Walters

Rachel Walters shares her experience meeting with Island Deaf and Hard of Hearing Centre’s (IDHHC) Amanda Windle to discuss assistive technology that might help her mom.

Volume 9

Sign Languages of Canada: The Canadian Language Museum’s Newest Travelling Exhibit

The Canadian Language Museum (CLM) is a small museum with an extensive reach. Its exhibits have been displayed from coast to coast to coast: from Victoria to St. John’s to James Bay. It is the only museum in Canada devoted to linguistic heritage and one of the few language museums in the world.