Toronto, ON — It’s a simple device, a wirecutter, and a little more than a year ago, the Canadian Tire Wheelchair Centre in Toronto was getting ready to open.
“We had this project called the Wirecutter Project.
We had a lot of fun making it,” said Rob Schindler, the centre’s president and CEO.
Schindler is not sure if the device is still on the drawing board, but he says it’s going to make its way to Toronto.
Its not yet a reality.
With all the new technology that’s coming to our city, you’ll have a wheelchair in the morning, a wheelchair at night and you’ll be able to use it on the street and in the office.
“Wheelchair use will be permitted in some areas of the city, but it will not be permitted everywhere.
Wheelchair spaces are currently limited to 30 metres.
It will take at least three metres to reach the end of the road.
The Wheelchair Community Centre, where Schindlers group is located, is building a space for the device, but the city is still looking at ways to expand its wheelchair space.
We don’t have the resources to expand our wheelchair space in the next five years,” Schinders group said in a news release.
When will it be on the streets?
The Wheelocky is already on the market.
It will be a self-contained device that can be set up to run on the internet.
It can be used to connect with a network and can provide a virtual wheelchair, similar to an Oculus Rift or HTC Vive.
This will be the first self-controlled wheelchair to be made for the public.
Wheelocky will be available to purchase starting this spring, with retail starting in June.
Schindlers plans to offer the device in several different cities in Canada, including Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver.
“This will make it much easier to get to work and to socialize,” he said.
“We will have more wheelchair users than walkers.”
If you want to learn more about this project, please visit:Wheelockys website: The wirecutters can be found on the Canadian Museum of Nature and Science website: