The Governor General of Canada and Mrs. Sharon Johnston, Patrons of the Brain Injury Association of Canada
We are particularly pleased that the Governor General and Mrs. Johnston have agreed to be Patrons of the Brain Injury Association of Canada. The Governor General’s vocal recognition of the value of volunteerism and philanthropy to the quality of Canadian communities is important to the brain injury community.
The Wizard of Gauze: an Ottawa Fundraiser for the Brain Injury Association of Canada
April 23-25, 2013
The University of Ottawa Medicine Class of 2017 is raising funds for the Brain Injury Association of Canada (BIAC). The Medicine Class of 2017 understands that “brain injury is more common than breast cancer, HIV / AIDS, spinal cord injury and multiple sclerosis combined. It also understands that it receives less than .25% (1/4 of 1%) of charitable funding than the conditions listed combined.
The University of Ottawa med students become the first student group from a university or college in Canada dedicating a fundraising program directed towards brain injury. For those living in Eastern Ontario please come out and support the students and BIAC.
On behalf of over the 1.5 million Canadians living with a disability associated to brain injury THANK YOU!
Buy Tickets! Enjoy the Show! Support BIAC-ACLC
Please consider making a donation or gift to the Brain Injury Association of Canada. BIAC is incorporated as a national charitable organization under the Canada Corporations Act and the Canada Revenue Agency.
Learn more about making an online donation / gift to the Brain Injury Association of Canada | Learn more about our Annual Giving Campaign!
The 2014 Brain Injury Association of Canada Annual Conference will be held in the Ottawa Gatineau Region September 24-26 at the Crowne Plaza Gatineau – Ottawa in Gatineau. Please reserve those dates. Call for Abstracts. Registration information.
The 2014 Brain Injury Association of Canada Annual Conference Call for Abstracts.
Impact: Pathways Ahead, Our February 2014 Newsletter
Concussion Information and Resources
Human Resources and Skills Development Canada is encouraging Canadians with disabilities and their caregivers to visit the Disability Savings website.
CRA services for Canadians with disabilities
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