Aloha Toronto – The Brain Injury Association Of Canada Hosts Toronto's 7th Annual Hawaiian Oyster Odyssey

Media personalities, survivors and Ontario Transportation Minister to headline (TORONTO – JANUARY 12, 2011) – It’s time to chuck your winter gear and grab grass skirts and Hawaiian shirts. There are only days left before a winter warm-up is set to take place at Toronto’s historic Miller Tavern at 3885 Yonge St. The Brain Injury […]

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Brain injury has a new Canadian champion and aunt-nephew relationships have reached a new height

St. John’s, N.L. – August 11, 2010 Cross-country bike odyssey to finish on Thursday in St. John’s, NL with emotional reunion between aunt and nephew – University of Victoria student cycled 7,500 km by himself to raise awareness and funds in support of brain injury survivors in honour of his aunt. As he arrives on […]

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June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

Designed to Entertain, Educate and Legislate Gatineau, Québec – June is Brain Injury Awareness Month, a national initiative helping Canadians of all ages become more aware of the causes of acquired brain injury and its prevention. Year-round, the Brain Injury Association of Canada (BIAC) spearheads ways to teach people how to protect their brain and […]

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BIAC-ACLC Supports the Establishment of a Canadian Caregiver Strategy

The Brain Injury Association of Canada fully supports the establishment of a Canadian Caregiver Strategy. So many of our families fill the role of primary caregiver and therefore this initiative has great significance in the acquired brain injury community. We encourage Canadians to write to their Members of Parliament indicating their support for the development […]

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