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    Nov 22

    Arthritis Society Canada announces $1 million for paradigm-shifting research
    10 projects to receive Ignite Research Grants Most people associate sugar and other carbohydrates with, perhaps, a box of donuts. But what if understanding these compounds could hold the clue to halting the inflammation that makes arthritis worse?Two projects examining sugar and other...
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    Nov 17

    Community Action Grants take isolation out of arthritis
    Arthritis Society Canada awards funding to seven projects across Canada From radio programs in Igloolik, Nunavut, to movement classes in Shelburne, N.S., to a speaker series for Red River Métis, Arthritis Society Canada is investing in local solutions to fight the fire of arthritis.Seven...
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    Nov 14

    Arthritis Fire BallTM fuels transformational change
    Hosted by CTV News Toronto co-anchor Michelle Dubé, Arthritis Society Canada’s inaugural Arthritis Fire BallTM on Nov. 12, 2022 was a glowing success, raising $375,000 to fight the fire of arthritis for the six million Canadians who live with this disease.This incredible night of glitz...
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    Nov 02

    Attention innovators: Arthritis Society Canada funding solutions to arthritis
    Arthritis Society Canada is investing in entrepreneurs to help them change the lives of people living with arthritis. Finalists to compete for $200,000 at the Arthritis Ideator AwardsTM in April 2023.For the second year in a row, Canada’s leading arthritis charity is challenging...
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    Oct 21

    Teens face challenges and risks when they age out of pediatric rheumatology care
    Kids and teens with chronic conditions, particularly those caused by autoimmune disorders like inflammatory arthritis, face special challenges as they painfully work their way through school and adolescence, which are already difficult enough. But a special and highly unfortunate form of 18th...
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    Oct 07

    Cannabis Act legislative review
    ADD YOUR VOICE! The Cannabis Act legislative review has launched and it includes looking at the impact of cannabis legalization and regulation on access to cannabis for medical purposes. The online consultation is open until November 21 for you to make your opinions heard. 
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    Oct 06

    World Arthritis Day: Atlantic Canadians struggling with debilitating pain find ways to keep moving
    Incapacitating joint pain can turn tasks most take for granted into onerous obstacles to everyday living. October 12 is World Arthritis Day in Canada, a time to reflect on a sometimes debilitating condition that affects people from all walks of life. We typically think of arthritis as...
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    Oct 05

    A Beautiful Partnership of Fashion and Philanthropy
    For the six million Canadians living with arthritis, something as seemingly simple as doing up buttons or zippers can make getting dressed difficult.There are clothing options to make dressing for everyday easier, but what about those occasions that call for something special?
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    Sep 20

    Arthritis Society Canada announces 21 new research awards
    Osteoarthritis causes knee pain for millions of Canadians. But are we missing the bigger picture when investigating pain in the knee?  PhD candidate Samantha Leech of the University of Calgary will be exploring the role of the brain in knee osteoarthritis pain. The research will look...
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