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Building Bridges: A Brunch to Beat CRPS

Cathedral Social Hall

608 Spadina Cr. E.,

Saskatoon, SK

Saturday, November 24, 2018

Time: 10AM-2 PM.


hosted by

Andy McGhee and Jessica Kaiser.


Tickets are $25.00 and includes a

tasty selection of brunch items & coffee, tea, pop or juice.

There will be a guest speaker, 50/50 draw and raffle prizes.




All proceeds go to P.A.R.C (Promoting Awareness of RSD/CRPS).

The proceeds raised will be used to support a specialized new drug treatment

to help improve the quality of life for people suffering with CRPS.


Tickets available on Facebook link.

Facebook link to: BEAT CRPS Saskatoon Fundraiser 


If you cannot attend and wish to contribute:

Andy and Jessica's Canada Helps fundraising page:

To donate (with major credit cards): Canada Helps


To read about the Montreal research and treatment go to: MONTREAL RESEARCH





Point Pleasant Park, Halifax, NS

September 1, 2018 @ 11 AM



Kristen Cameron is hosting this wonderful event to raise funds for Montreal research. 

Point Pleasant Park is a walkers' paradise with historic monuments, walking trails, benches and a beach not to mention the fantastsic views.

There are three walking trails: 10.5 km, 7 km and 3.5 km.

It will be fun day with prizes for top participants and more! Come and join us!

We hope you can come out and help us raise $30,000 to get the research started.

To read about the research go to: MONTREAL RESEARCH


To participate please email Kristen Cameron for details:



Bradley Farquhar

is the Maritimes' first person to complete the Iditarod, the 1600 km dogsled race through Alaska.

Along with completing the Iditarod, Brad has swum the English Channel,

completed a 250 km foot race across the Sahara Desert,

climbed Mount Denali and ran with the bulls in Pamplona,

Bradley's message is an inspiring and uplifting tale of determination.

It is a story of pushing yourself to rise above your greatest challenges and fear.

Web: Twitter: @ bradley_farquhar



UPDATE: September 5, 2018.

The sunny day provided a good backdrop for a beautiful walk at Point Pleasant Park. The walk around was 3.1 km. The group was very enthusiastic and many walkers went around 3 times.

The first prize, a tour around Nova Scotia by private plane, was given to Tatum, an 11 year old girl with CRPS. Second prize was a prize package from Tim Hortons and the Pita Pit provided 3rd prize. 

We thank Kristen Cameron and her team for the hard work they did to make the WALK a success. 




Brad shows a young girl how to step into Jerry's harness to begin the WALK TO CONQUER CRPS.



Left to right: Kristen Cameron,(WALK Organizer)   and  Helen Small, (Executive Director), Dr. Harry Pollett and Dr. Anne Pollett from Cape Breton.


Thank you to all Walkers especially TeamTatum.               Your enthusiasm was contagious.
































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