Museum finds itself under fire over disabled policies

A visitor to Prince Rupert taking in the sights of the city from one of the visiting cruise ships has questioned the Museum of Northern B. C.'s attitude towards the disabled.

An incident at the museum which saw Kent McDaniel of Seattle forced to make a decision to leave his motorized wheel chair for the museum’s manual version, left the visitor less than impressed with Prince Rupert hospitality and garnered national attention from his complaints about the attitude of Museum officials. His complaints have been picked up in stories by such newspapers as the Vancouver Sun and Edmonton Sun, to name a few…

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