NHCC and BIAC Election messaging

Hello all, With the government officially defeated, an election is in full swing. The NHCC has incorporated shared messaging about the need for a national brain strategy into BIAC’s election messages. For your reference, our key messages include: Key Messages approximately 5.6 million Canadians live with a neurological condition and 5 million Canadians live with […]

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BIAC Asks Legislators and Leaders: "Where is Canada's Brain Injury Prevention Strategy?

Gatineau, Quebec – The Brain Injury Association of Canada (BIAC) is asking Canadians to speak with political candidates and elected members of parliament about the lack of development of a national injury prevention strategy. The 2008 federal election period is the most opportune stage to bring this need forward for discussion. Treating preventable injuries costs […]

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Brain injury issues to address to upcoming election candidates

The purpose of the document is to provide you with a list of brain injury issues to address to candidates when visiting your home or during a forum of candidates. Background: Helping Canadian families cope with acquired brain injury Founded in 2003 the Brain Injury Association of Canada (BIAC) is the national umbrella organization representing […]

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