BC Brain Injury Association's Annual Cocktail Fundraising Gala

The BC Brain Injury Association’s (BCBIA) Annual Cocktail Fundraising Gala takes place on November 14, 2013 from 6pm to 9pm at Vistas 360 at the Renaissance Harbourside Hotel in Vancouver, BC. This year’s theme is Celebrating New Chapters as the BCBIA celebrates a recent merge with the Pacific Coast Brain Injury Conference Society. Confirmed guest […]

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Fall Gala Announcement, Please Join Us for a Celebration of the Merger of BCBIA and PCBICS/Brainstreams.ca

From: Julia Zarudzka, President of BC Brain Injury Association And Patti Flaherty, President of Pacific Coast Brian Injury Conference Society – Brainstreams.ca In Honour of the Merger of BC Brain Injury Association and Pacific Coast Brain Injury Conference Society ‘Unity in the Community’ Cocktail Gala Fundraiser for Brain Injury Please see the the gala announcement. […]

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Brain Injury Association of Waterloo-Wellington Hawaiian Mix & Mingle, Tickets are on sale now, A great opportunity for Networking, September 27, 2012

You’re invited to shuck your boring clothes and grab your Hawaiian Shirts and Grass Skirts at Waterloo-Wellington’s Hawaiian Mix & Mingle A FUNdraisier in support of The Brain Injury Association of Waterloo-Wellington A GREAT NETWORKING OPPORTUNITY Thursday, September 27, 2012 6:30 – 8:30 pm Westmount Golf and Country Club 50 Inverness Drive, Kitchener ON $99.00 […]

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Brain Injury Awareness Month Proclamations and Activities on PEI

The Brain Injury Association of PEI also held a BBQ on June 1 to Kick Off Brain Injury Awareness Month. Kenneth Murnaghan President Brain Injury Association of Prince Edward Island PO Box 1532 Charlottetown, PE C1A 7N3 Cell: 902-314-4228 info@biapei.com http://www.biapei.com twitter.com/biapei Facebook

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Brain Injury Association of Waterloo-Wellington- January/February 2012 Newsletter

Good Afternoon Friends and Supporters of BIAWW: Please find attached our January-February 2012 Newsletter (pdf). We are very pleased to be sending this to you in our new format. We welcome your comments. Please consider advertising in our newsletter. We are happy to announce that our Indoor Golf Classic is being held on March 22, […]

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Gray Matters! Quarterly Newsletter, Volume 1, Issue 1

Hello! Feel free to distribute widely. …For the Brain Injury Community We wish you all the best for the New Year! British Columbia Brain Injury Association Box 143, 11948 207 Street, Maple Ridge, BC, V2X 1X7 Resource Request Line 604-465-1783 Fax: 888-429-0656 Website: www.BCBrainInjuryAssociation.com Check out the new ‘Kids Korner’! Gray Matters! Quarterly Newsletter, Volume […]

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Vote on line helmets-NS Snow Sport Helmet Act, Bill 131

Vote on Nova Scotia’s proposed helmet legislation!! Today!! Nova Scotia is planning to pass legislation to make helmets mandatory. CBC is having online voting regarding this legislation. To cast your vote seek the link below. Here is link to vote. http://www.cbc.ca/news/yourcommunity/2011/12/should-helmets-be-mandatory-on-canadas-ski-slopes.html Brain Injury Association of Nova Scotia Room 13-009/010 13th Floor, Victoria Building, VG Site, […]

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2012 BCIRPU Web Conference Series – Registration Opens!

BC Injury Research and Prevention Unit 2012 Web Conference Series Registration Welcome to the 2012 web conference series with the standard teleconference option available. The sessions take place on the third Thursday of the month at 10am Pacific time. Click on the links below for topic descriptions and speaker biographies. You may register for individual […]

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The Brain Injury Association of Nova Scotia and the Strait Richmond Community Health Board are holding an information session

The Brain Injury Association of Nova Scotia and the Strait Richmond Community Health Board are holding an information session for local brain injury survivors, family members, care givers, friends, medical professionals and members of the general public interested in learning more about BIANS and to gauge interest in forming a local BIANS Chapter in the […]

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The needs of brain injury survivors and their families are being ignored on PEI

The needs of brain injury survivors and their families are being ignored on P.E.I. and we want to change that. The Brain Injury Association of Prince Edward Island wants to focus on helping the brain injury survivor and their family find the right tools to move forward. Many survivors are being sent back to their […]

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