The latest press and media coverage for DBCS

DBCS in the News

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Canadians Who Are Deafblind Shouldn’t Have to Move to Access Services

March 3, 2022

 Canadians with sight loss rely on their hearing. Canadians with hearing loss rely on their sight. And Deafblind Canadians rely on critical support services that are not uniformly available across Canada.

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Deafblind Community Services on Global News Regina

July 5, 2021

Daniella Ponticelli speaks with DBCS’s Gwen Sheridan on how groups have been working throughout the pandemic to better serve the community.

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Radio Interview—Canada Now

June 25, 2021

Sherry Grabowski sits down for an interview with Canada Now’s Jeff Sammut. 

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Deafblind Community Services on CTV News Regina

June 17, 2021

Gwen Sheridan, Manager at CNIB Deafblind Community Services speaks with CTV News Regina’s Brit Dort about Deafblind Awareness Month, and DBCS’ Services.

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Deafblind Community Services on CTV News Ottawa

June 10, 2021

Sherry Grabowski, Vice President of CNIB Deafblind Community joins CTV News Ottawa to discuss National Deafblind Awareness Month. 

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Deafblind Community Services on Global News Kingston

June 8, 2021

Penny LeClair, Vice Chair of CNIB Deafblind Community Services, explains the many challenges the pandemic has created for the Deafblind community.

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Deafblind Community Services on CTV News Kitchener

June 7, 2021

From CTV Kitchener’s Alexandra Pinto: We learn more about National Deafblind Awareness Month

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Deafblind Community Services on CTV News Saskatoon

June 7, 2021

It is Deafblind Awareness Month, so we are raising awareness about pandemic challenges endured by Canadians who are Deafblind. 

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