On average, 12 Canadians are diagnosed with MS every day.

Canada remains at the forefront of MS research around the world. Through generous contributions from donors, corporate sponsors, and fervent fundraisers, the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada has invested over $190 million dollars in research since its inception in 1948. This investment has led to significant results for people affected by MS. More specifically, MS Society funded studies have gone the distance in areas such as imaging, diagnosis, genetics, tissue repair, rehabilitation, and disease-modifying therapies. With each passing year research continues to reveal new knowledge around the cause of MS, as well as the mechanism by which MS impacts the central nervous system.

May is MS Awareness month, Grande Prairie's MS virtual walk happens Sunday, May 29th.  Walk, connect, and show that no person living with multiple sclerosis is alone. Register for MS Walk today as we walk toward a world free of MS.