Troy Adams Marathon for Brain Injury Awareness, Prevention and Research

Dear Friends, My name is Troy Adams. I’m a 24 year old male, currently living in Exeter, ON. I grew up just outside of Watford, ON. I’ve spent the past few years travelling with my job as a News Anchor and Reporter. I’m currently working for myFM as a News Director/Ops Manager. On August 11, […]

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HEAD STRONG, Fanelli 4 Brain Injury Awareness

Almost everyone knows about Lance Armstrong’s battle through cancer to prove that nothing can slow him down. His story has become one of inspiration to many around the world, including the Kitchener Rangers’ Ben Fanelli. That is why Ben in partnership with the Kitchener Rangers has developed HEAD STRONG, Fanelli 4 Brain Injury Awareness: a […]

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The Achilles St. Patrick’s Day 5K Run/Walk to benefit the Brain Injury Association of Canada

To all members and Friends of BIAC, Ron Foreman our webmaster will be running in the Achilles St. Patrick’s Day 5K Run/Walk to benefit the Brain Injury Association of Canada but he needs your pledges. You can join Ron on the run or walk the course. You can also pull together your own team. All […]

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Brain injury survivor, Ian Young, set for journey of hope on VIA Rail

VICTORIA HANDYSIDES METRO EDMONTON May 29, 2009 5:23 a.m. Five years after a neurological assault was forecast to render him helpless, Ian Young is hitting the rails to tell why the mind is a terrible thing to waste. The Brain Injury Association has chosen Young for an historic cross-country railway journey, on which he will […]

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