Providing support and services for people and families living with ALS.
Funding high-quality research that offers the most promise to slow down ALS or even stop it.
Advocating for policy that will have a meaningful impact on people living with ALS today and in the future.
National Volunteer Week: Geneviève Bertrand Many of us who contribute to the work of ALS Canada as volunteers have a personal connection to ALS, whether we... Read More
Like many young people, 22-year-old Eddy Lefrançois had carefully mapped out his future and had a vision of how his life would be. Then, on... Read More
Webinar: The Canadian ALS Neuroimaging Consortium (CALSNIC) Monday, April 24 at 12:00 PM Eastern Time: 30 minutes + questions Hosted by: Dr. Sanjay Kalra Click... Read More
We love our volunteers! For
#NationalVolunteerWeek, we will be profiling a different ALS Canada volunteer each day on our blog – stay tuned!