Pinball for all
With a little bit of heart and ingenuity, some pinball wizards have brought a little magic into the hearts of children who could use some.
The Rehabilitation Centre for Children is the new home of the country's first special needs pinball machine.
The machine cost $8,500 and was purchased thanks to contributions from two fundraising golf tournaments organized by Eye for Business.
The Pinball machine is designed with special switches so that children with limited arm and hand movements can still play.
Its so user friendly, they can even play with their feet.
The machine has a detachable lap board which can be placed on top of a child's wheelchair.
The pinball game also sits lower to the ground and is angled in a way that makes it easier for children to follow.
The Children's Rehabilitation Foundation says the ability to play helps the time between appointments fly by, and gives the children something positive to look forward to.
With a report from CTV's Jon Hendricks.