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How can you help?

You can help in one of several ways. Of course, the main way you can help is to donate to my fund! If you would rather not for personal reasons, I respect that. If you are more of a "cerebral" type, then put your neurons and glueons together and whip up a letter to the Premier of Alberta, the Minister of Transportation for Alberta, or even your local MLA and advise them of the outright abuse of my Rights and Freedoms as garanteed under Canada's charter. Politicians refusing to take action on an issue does not mean that the issue is illegal or not worthwhile. Why is it always our American friends who show Canadians how it is done. Why can we Canadians no proactively make some decisions that will have world renown and show that we too, can be forward thinking, energy conscious and recognize that disabled persons have the same right to freedom of movement as anyone else in this country?

To contact the Premier of Alberta, Ed Stelmach, write an email to him at If you like Snail Mail, then please send him a letter to:

The Honourable Ed Stelmach
Premier of Alberta
307 Legislature Bldg
10800 - 97 Avenue
Edmonton, AB
T5K 2B6

To contact Luke Ouellette, the Minister of Transportation for Alberta, email him at: For Snail Mail, send to:

The Honerable Luke Ouellette
320 Legislature Building
10800 - 97 Avenue
Edmonton, AB
T5K 2B6

If you have any other ideas how to help, then please email me by clicking on the "Contact Me" button in the yellow bar at top, and send me your ideas. I am always looking for fresh new ways to reach out to people for assistance without sounding needy. I`m just a person with a goal for independence and freedom of movement. Nno rush - I'm in this for the long haul, and am trying to save some of my own money in the same "kitty" too. It just would be "nice" to be able to get out and about sooner than later, is all. With your help, I can once again enjoy freedom of movement and money-saving transportation.

Thank-you all for taking the time to look at what I am doing here.

In the meantime, got a few extra bucks that you were going to blow on a movie rental tonight? How about dropping it into my kitty. I plan on developing a `Donor`s page of honour`for all the people who supported me, and where they are from. (First name, last name initial, city, region and country only for privacy reasons)

Why not get your name in near the top, eh?

Donate $1 today. Donate $100 today. It's a free country, it's your choice!

Help me attain my goal of Cdn $9,000 to purchase a Segway and grant me the freedom to leave my house and move around my town without needing assistance from anybody. Donate as much, or as little as you wish.

Every $1 counts in my quest to break free of my independence prison!

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Do you like reading other people's letters?

Here's your chance. Below links are to my Blog pages, outlining the responses I have received from my Provincial Government officials - the ones whor first made Segway's Illegal, and the ones who are not only refusing to make changes, but the ones who are totally ignoring the National Governments recommendations as well as all the guidelines they have developed to assist the Provinces in making Segway's legal in each and every province in Canada.

Here is my blog with my letter to the Premier of Alberta outlining my situation and request to legalize the Segway.

Here is the response from the Premier of Alberta.

Here is my letter to the Minister of Transportation. His reply is included in this blog.

Finally, in 2005, the US Department of Transportation put out a "Disability Law Guidance" letter outlining how transportation providers were to handle disable persons with Segways.

As you can see, the Americans are way ahead of us in Disability Rights, and we need to take a leaf out of their book and include it into ours.

In Canada,

we have no such support!

Do you want to learn more about why I want a Segway? Go to my final page if you have not yet donated to my fund, to find out just WHY I am doing this.

Some people think "Big Deal!". For me, it IS a big deal, and I have borrowed some well thought out information from DRAFT in the US, something Veterans Affairs Canada should look seriously into for OUR veterans.

So, click on the Segway logo to go to my "Big Deal" page!




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