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Kelly Mansell, co-owner of Rocket Bakery and Fresh Food on Water Street in St. John’s (Newfoundland), and Michelle Pennell, front store manager at Shopper’s Drug Mart on LeMarchant Road, were the other two panellists who have hired people with disabilities.

Mansell said:
“I encourage any employer to take part and hire someone with a disability,” she said. “Working with Eric has enriched our lives. He wants to stay and work with us, there are very few absences and he’s just awesome to be around.”

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