Annual Report 2023: Supporting the ALS community

ALS Canada’s work is empowered by community. Discover how, in 2023, our efforts to support the ALS community ensured that people affected by ALS received the highest standard of care possible, and helped loved ones pursue their education goals. It takes a community: Supporting people with ALS Living with ALS can have many challenges, but […]

Annual Report 2023: Bringing the community together

Walk, ride, or pull – no challenge is too big when it comes to supporting a world free of ALS. Year round, ALS Canada events bring together the community, demonstrating your commitment to raising awareness, honouring the people we’ve loved and lost, and ultimately helping change the future of ALS. Creating change with community: ALS […]

Annual Report 2023: Improving quality of life

ALS Canada’s work is empowered by community. Discover how, in 2023, our collaboration with clinicians and investments in research aims to enhance care and the potential for future treatments. CALS Research Network: Connecting Canada’s clinicians and researchers As a national convenor of the ALS community, ALS Canada was proud to provide the foundational funding to establish […]

A Community Connected

In 2014, the Ice Bucket Challenge gave hope to people and families living with ALS – hope that one day there would be a cure for this terminal disease. With the Ice Bucket Challenge came an immense responsibility to invest donor dollars with care and consideration, and as a result, ALS Canada’s investments have helped […]

Now available: ALS Canada’s 2016 Annual Report

The ALS Society of Canada is part of a passionate and compassionate community united in our deep desire to improve the lives of people living with ALS and to make ALS a treatable, not terminal disease. We know that it takes ALL OF US—donors, volunteers, people living with ALS, caregivers, researchers, and advocates—to make a […]