News Archive

An archive of older news articles.

In Ontario, if a person has a heart condition, there are defined processes and supports in place to ensure optimal...
“It’s invaluable; you just can’t buy this kind of resource.” Do you sometimes feel like no one around you really gets...
Over the past couple of months, some amazing volunteers have organized events across the province and donated the...
If you are looking for photos from Ski and Snowboard Day, we have them now!  Thanks so much to Rob Blakely for these...
Call for Submissions The Shades of Ability Art Exhibition and Sale is now accepting submissions.  Shades of Ability is...
Congratulations to Chris White of Hamilton! You are the winner of the Masters Golf Raffle!
Dear community stakeholders, I am thrilled to announce that Spinal Cord Injury Ontario is now accredited by Imagine...
Introduction of AS Supervisor 
As a follow-up to the Summit, SCI Ontario held a webcast event on January 26, 2017 at the Toronto Rehabilitation...
Holiday Season December already and the holiday season is just around the corner. Please remember to notify your...
What a day! Thanks to very generous donors in our community, our Giving Tuesday goal has been surpassed. Over $16,500...
The first ever Ontario Primary Care and Community Care Spinal Cord Injury Summit, held in November 2016 with 91 key...
You may have heard of the Canadian government’s consultations on developing federal accessibility legislation. If not,...
By Nancy Xia, Community Resource & Education Assistant, Spinal Cord Injury Ontario Neuropathic pain after spinal...
Recognizing the good work of different organizations that have helped their clients and in honour of their 80th...
Recognizing the good work of different organizations that have helped their clients, Thomson Rogers is donating up to $...
The purpose of this research study is to better understand the various family (spouse and parent) caregiver roles, and...
See the attachment for full details on Spinal Cord Injury Ontario's 2015-2016 Audited Financial Statement.
We are recruiting people from Ottawa who DO NOT DRIVE, aged 65 and older to participate in a focus group. Volunteers...
We are recruiting people from Ottawa who have physical disabilities and DO NOT DRIVE, to participate in a focus group....

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