Able Sail Toronto in the Media

David Zura,  CityNews - David Zura,  CityNews - Accessible life jackets designed and made in Ontario

A Toronto group has created accessible life jackets with the help of a Trillium grant and a Waterloo manufacturing company. David Zura explains.

David Zura,  CityNews - Charity hosts accessible sailing in Toronto waters

Aired CityNews Sunday June 11, 2023 6pm and 11pm newscasts

"It's an authentic freedom I don't experience anywhere else," one participant, Tracy Schmitt, known as "Unstoppable Tracy," says.

Able Sail Toronto has kicked off its 2023 season. The organization helps persons with disabilities sail independently.

CBC Our Toronto: Come Sail Away

Saturday August 31, Sunday September 1st and Monday September 2nd, 2019 in 1pm,  6pm and 11pm newscasts

It’s been a thrilling sailing season for a unique group of sailors at the National Yacht Club. They are part of "Able Sail Toronto," a program launched this year that aims to give those with physical disabilities the chance to experience the joy and freedom of sailing on their own.

Have a disability that has kept you from learning to sail? Able Sail Toronto has you covered.

Monday August 26, 2019, 6:45am

Jacqueline Czernecki was interviewed on the Morning Show /Global News Radio, 640 Toronto by hosts hosts Mike Stafford and Tina Trigiani

How this sailing program is changing the lives of people with disabilities

Friday August 23, 2019

Able Sail Toronto was featured on CBC radio, airings 6:30am, 7:30am and 8:30am.

CBC News online article: 

Able Sail Toronto helps people with disabilities get on the water

Friday August 23, 2019, 4pm

Able Sail Toronto was featured on CBC Here and Now Toronto with Gill Deacon.