Richard Kerr from Montreal, Quebec; Profile of Courage, Hope and Inspiration

As my shift work ended at midnight, I was aware of inebriated drivers taking advantage of the percieved window of opportunity created by the change in shift of Police road surveillance to scoot home without incurring a D.U.I. consequence. I thought by being very vigillant, keeping to the same route, wearing a cycling helmet and […]

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Stephanie McCulloch is one of the success stories

Calgary Alberta Group marks Brain Injury Awareness Month Stephanie McCulloch is one of the success stories. A client of the Universal Rehabilitation Service Agency, McCulloch has spent the last 10 years recovering from a severe brain injury, something she’ll continue to do for the rest of her life. “She’s doing amazing,” said Pam McGladdery, executive […]

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Local Couple Sprearheading Renewal of New Brunswick Provincial Brain Injury Association

Webb family hopes to increase awareness, promote programs related to brain injuries In an instant, their lives were changed forever. A speeding car careening out of control with their daughter in the passenger seat resulted in disastrous consequences. Now, five years after the accident that left their daughter with serious brain injuries, Marita and David […]

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Every picture tells a story-June is Brain Injury Awareness Month (1)

Throughout the month of June, the Brain Injury Association of Canada will be putting a face on acquired brain injuries through their ‘Every picture tells a story…” poster campaign. One of those stories is that of Larry Carlson, Manager of Programs for Adults With Disabilities at AEEL. In his own words, here is Carlson’s story: […]

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Through raw determination, his fiancée's love and modern neuroscience, Captain Trevor Greene is learning to walk again almost four years after an axe attack

Slow, but staggering progress By Anne McIlroy, From Saturday’s Globe and Mail His voice is raspy, the words come slowly. Trevor Greene says it is because he no longer has the reflex to breathe before he speaks, so he has to remind himself constantly to take in air while he talks. Yet that he speaks […]

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Peace Warrior wins Gemini Award for Best Biography Documentary

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Vancouver, B.C.) – Peace Warrior, a moving documentary about Canadian soldier Trevor Greene, his fiancée Debbie Lepore and their struggle to recover from Trevor’s traumatic brain injury has won Canada’s top television honour, the Gemini Award for Best Biography Documentary. Broadcast across Canada by CTV, Peace Warrior follows Trevor and Debbie for […]

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Cap. Trevor Greene

The CTV Original Documentary PEACE WARRIOR, Saturday, Dec. 13 at 7 pm – Intimate, one-hour documentary offers an exclusive look into Captain Trevor Greene’s courageous struggle to recover from a horrific axe attack in Afghanistan. –Canadian Soldier Trevor Greene Defies All Odds. –Nanaimo soldier’s long journey back -Video excerpts from the TV show –Defying the […]

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Defying the odds, Documentary takes an intimate look into Capt. Trevor Greene’s courageous recovery from an horrific axe attack in Afghanistan

The Halifax Chronicle Herald, TIM ARSENAULT REMOTE CONTROL, Sat. Dec 13 – 5:53 AM THE STORY of Captain Trevor Greene’s ongoing recovery from a savage axe attack in Afghanistan had a natural appeal for Vancouver filmmaker Sue Ridout. “I, like just about every other Canadian, remembers very clearly the headlines about Trevor being attacked in […]

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Nanaimo soldier's long journey back

Victoria Times Colonist, By Sandra McCulloch, December 5, 2008 To look at Trevor Greene today, his blue eyes sparkling with life and intelligence as he sits in a wheelchair in his Nanaimo home, you’d never guess he’s the same Canadian soldier who was nearly killed on March 4, 2006, at the hands of an axe-wielding […]

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Canadian Soldier Trevor Greene Defies All Odds

The CTV Original Documentary PEACE WARRIOR, Saturday, Dec. 13 at 7 pm – Intimate, one-hour documentary offers an exclusive look into Captain Trevor Greene’s courageous struggle to recover from a horrific axe attack in Afghanistan. Former WILL & GRACE star Eric McCormack provides narration Vancouver, BC (November 21, 2008) – In March 2006, Captain Trevor […]

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