ALS Society of Canada dedicates last of the matched Ice Bucket Challenge research funding to early-career researchers in pursuit of a future without ALS

2018 funding competition with Brain Canada results in $720,000 for six trainee awards – more trainee awards in a single year than ever before TORONTO December 13, 2018 – The ALS Society of Canada (ALS Canada), together with Brain Canada, today announced $720,000 in funding for six new trainee awards, thus completing the last of the […]

An author’s “silent rebellion” against ALS

Prior to 2009, Zehra Madenli was an active college student, studying Fashion Management at George Brown College in Toronto. She was talkative and outgoing, and loved spending time outdoors. Everything changed when Zehra was diagnosed with ALS. Within 12 months of diagnosis, she lost the ability to move and speak. Day by day, Zehra lost […]