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The Latest

AGM a community affair

Completely virtual for the first time in our 75 years, the Spinal Cord Injury Ontario Annual General Meeting (AGM) w...

COVID-19: Medical supplies, funding, attendant care news

We are connecting with our community, government, community agencies and our network of national SCI organizations t...


Visit this page often for up-to-date resources and information on COVID-19 and SCI as they become available.

20 years of Ski Day

On Thursday, February 13, 2020, Spinal Cord Injury Ontario hosted our 20th Ski and Snowboard Day! We were excited to...

Upcoming Events

Advocacy during COVID-19 and Beyond webinar

Our own Peter Athanasopoulos, SCIO Director of Public Policy, joins Mathew Rodreick, Executive Director of Uni...

Weekly Mindfulness Series for SCI Community

The Craig Neilsen Foundation has funded a series of mindfulness events for the SCI community on YouTube and Zo...

Virtual Coffee Drop-In – Barrie

Please join us for a virtual coffee drop-in. A chance to catch up and connect with your local peer community. ...

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