What’s Happening in 2019?


14 June

Download your copy of the Parkinson Canada 2018 Annual Report and read the report from Judi Richardson, former Chair, Parkinson Canada Board of Directors, on how we are setting a course to better serve our communities today and to build awareness and resources for tomorrow.

16–19 June

Attention neurological nurses: We hope you are enjoying your 2019 Conference—Sign up here to receive updates on the Canadian Guidelines on Parkinson’s Disease—2nd Edition will be available this fall. Pour la version française, consultez  Lignes directrices cliniques.


Looking for a great way to be active, spend time with your family and make a meaningful difference for you and the Parkinson’s community? Then, sign up today and join us this September at a Parkinson Canada SuperWalk event near you. * DATES vary by location.

5 October

Save the date and join Parkinson Canada and The Davis Phinney Foundation for the next Victory Summit®. Registration opens July 2019.

Save the date and see you in Ottawa.

9 November

Parkinson Canada and Hamilton City Ballet Dance for Parkinson’s, both members of the Dance for Parkinson’s Network, present Dance and Parkinson’s: A Dance of Art and Science—Hamilton, Ontario on November 9, 2019.

This half-day event features keynote speaker David Leventhal, founding teacher and Program Director for Dance for PD®, complimentary continental breakfast and a dance class with live musicians. Space is limited and registration opens on September 25, 2019. Questions? Email paul.scibetta@parkinson.ca  or call 1-800-565-3000 ext. 3337.

16 November

Advancing Parkinson Research, Advocacy & Awareness Conference, DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, London, ON, November 16, 2019, featuring keynote speaker Dr. Stoessl, UBC, Neurologist Researcher.

This full-day event will also include an introduction to Canadian Open Parkinson Network (C-OPN), presentations by Parkinson Canada researchers, sessions on advocacy and awareness, lunch and snacks. Cost to be determined and registration opens on October 2, 2019.

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