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Providing support and services for people and families living with ALS.

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Funding high-quality research that offers the most promise to slow down ALS or even stop it.

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Advocating for policy that will have a meaningful impact on people living with ALS today and in the future.

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Research

2017 ALS Canada Virtual Research Forum

A free, two-day, webinar featuring world-class researchers in the field of ALS Read More

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Every August Until A Cure

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Event

Ice Bucket Challenge 2017

It's back! Everything you need to know about doing the Ice Bucket Challenge Read More

Event

WALK for ALS

Join a powerful community of Canadians united to change ALS by participating in one of our fun, family-friendly events across Canada. Read More

On the blog

Audrey Labarre: ALS Researcher Profile

Audrey Labarre studies in Dr. Alex Parker’s lab at l’Université de Montréal. Could you tell us a little bit about your work? We’re working with... Read More

For Tom and Denis, the Ice Bucket Challenge is Personal

Like many people, Denis and his husband Tom were familiar with the Ice Bucket Challenge that became a social media phenomenon in the summer of... Read More

Could viruses play a role in the onset or progression of ALS in people with a genetic link?

When a person is infected with a virus, it triggers an immune response that generally results in inflammation. For example – think of the sore... Read More

@ALSCanada

Watch Dr. Alex Parker’s TED Talk in Montreal to learn more about his ALS research using tiny worms! Full video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ftbpZo5Jpwo

That’s a wrap! Thank you to everyone who attended our 2017 Virtual Research Forum. We hope it was educational!

“90% of ALS happens randomly, 10% is inherited.” – Dr. Philip McGoldrick, live at the VRF