Michel Tremblay-It’s the time to hope!

Michel Tremblay-It’s the time to hope!

When you have ALS, hope is the main source of strength. Hope that researchers will find a treatment and hope that the care and support will help us get through this difficult journey.
I was 53 years old when I learned that I had Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS),

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I’m still the same – Michael Soles

My arms may be less powerful than when I proudly wore #22, but I’ll still feel the greeting of your hand on my shoulder if we meet some day.
I’m still the same.
Determined. Humble. Positive.

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“My eyes filled with tears, and so did Guy’s.”

Guy, an IT Specialist diagnosed three years ago with a form of ALS which affects one’s voice first, has never let the disease stop him from communicating with his network. But all that was being threatened. Guy’s disease had progressed, and his computer equipment was no longer adequate.

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The Chantal Lanthier Award

“The Chantal Lanthier Award is to be awarded to a volunteer whose remarkable contribution to our mission makes them an inspiration to others. Since her diagnosis, Chantal has advocated, heart and soul, for the rights of people living with ALS and their caregivers. This award was created to act as a perpetual reminder of her profound humanity, which has touched so many of us.”

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New album by Luc Cousineau

*Mr Luc Cousineau passed away on March 6 2017, a little over 3 years after he received his ALS diagnosis. 
“Tant qu’il y aura une chanson”
A figurehead of the Quebec music scene for the past fifty years, singer-songwriter Luc Cousineau has always had musical projects in mind. After the

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Yves Brisson, living with ALS for two years, thanks you

Grateful dad with ALS thanks those who took the Ice Bucket Challenge
Donations will help him cope as disease progresses

Dumping a bucket of ice water over your head gives you a shock! But that is nothing compared to the shock Yves Brisson received on August 20, 2012 when

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10 years with ALS: Carlos’ Story

 
I was 34 when I was first diagnosed with ALS 10 years ago, I was sure that it was a death sentence and my life, as I knew it was over. It’s been hard losing my physical self to the disease. It’s like a fresh flower losing its petals,

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