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    Jun 04

    Dr. Catherine Cook joins Arthritis Society Canada as National Indigenous Advisor
    TORONTO, June 4, 2024 – Arthritis Society Canada is excited to welcome Dr. Catherine Cook as its first-ever National Indigenous Advisor. Dr. Cook's clinical and academic background will be instrumental in guiding the Arthritis Action Plan– a nationwide strategy to...
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    May 30

    Arthritis Society Canada sets the fashion industry ablaze with Fashion on Fire
    This past Wednesday, Arthritis Society Canada hosted more than 450 guests at its third annual Fashion on Fire in Toronto, shining a light on the crucial need for more adaptive clothing in mainstream fashion and changing the narrative about the devasting effects of arthritis, a chronic and...
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    May 28

    Arthritis Society Canada launches campaign to address surgical backlogs
    TORONTO, May 28, 2024 – Arthritis Society Canada launched its advocacy campaign, The Wait, today, pressing all levels of government to work together and create a pan-Canadian strategy to end the crisis of surgical backlogs across the country.Over 99 percent of knee  and 70 percent of...
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    May 14

    An evening of glamour, inspiration and awareness in Vancouver
    Arthritis Fire Ball Vancouver Ignites Change with Gala Supporting Women and Children Unified in their mission to end the agony of arthritis, Arthritis Fire Ball Vancouver brought together a sold-out crowd of philanthropists and sponsors this past weekend. Together, they rallied to raise...
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    Apr 18

    Celebrity Roast commemorates 30 years of transformative impact in Atlantic Canada
    Last night in Halifax, Nova Scotia, more than 500 guests joined Arthritis Society Canada in celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Celebrity Roast, an evening of humor and philanthropy dedicated to raising lifechanging funds for nearly half a million people in Atlantic Canada living with...
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    Apr 17

    National surgical wait times strategy needed
    Originally ran in The Hill Times on April 17, 2024 OPINION | BY TRISH BARBATO Imagine what it’s like to live with constant pain. Every single move, a reminder of the debilitating ache in your joints. Each mundane activity, whether it’s putting on socks or walking across the room...
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    Apr 16

    Statement from our President and CEO on the Federal Budget, 2024
    In the federal budget released today, we were pleased to see the government’s commitment to research and national pharmacare. This focus is mission critical for people with arthritis who require multiple different approaches to new and emerging treatments and affordable drug coverage. ...
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    Apr 14

    Celebrating our volunteers: recognizing inspirational dedication
    Announcing the 2024 recipients of the Mary Pack Volunteer Award As we celebrate National Volunteer Week, we honour the profound impact each of our volunteers has on Arthritis Society Canada and our work to support the arthritis community across Canada. Whether it's through giving their...
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    Feb 21

    Arthritis Society Canada and Creative Destruction Lab partner to accelerate arthritis innovations
    TORONTO, February 21, 2024 – Arthritis Society Canada and Creative Destruction Lab (CDL) at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management are creating transformative opportunities for trailblazing innovators to accelerate and scale solutions for individuals living with...
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