Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada

Say hello to Lloydminster Chapter

Lloydminster, Alberta Office


About this Chapter

The Lloydminster Chapter provides support services, educational programs, information, referrals, social programs and advocacy to individuals and families affected by MS in Lloydminster and surrounding communities. Each year, fundraising events, including our signature Lloydminster MS Walk, raise money to help fuel these local services and also help fund MS research. Uniquely positioned on the Alberta-Saskatchewan border, the Lloydminster Chapter's boundaries extend south to Battle River, west to Vegreville, north to the North Saskatchewan River, and east to Maidstone.Founded in 1977, the Lloydminster Chapter is one of the longest-serving MS Society Chapters in Alberta.We encourage you to consider becoming a Chapter Member, to fully benefit from our portfolio of programs & services - simply fill out the attached Membership Application & Renewal Form and return to our office to start getting involved today!Check out the latest issue of our Chapter Newsletter and Calendar of events, for full details on upcoming local programs, services and events in Lloydminster & surrounding areas.


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    Webinar & Telelearning SeriesCan Do MS and the National MS Society in the United States are excited to bring you a Webinar & Telelearning Series Join live from the convenience...
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    National Education Series WebinarsTo support the community of individuals affected by MS, the MS Society of Canada is developing a series of eight free nationwide webinars. Join us...
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    MS Walk Lace up for the MS Walk and show families in your community that they do not have to face MS alone. ...
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    Understanding MSUnderstanding MS is a 4 week information session for individuals who are newly diagnosed and their family members. Whether you have MS or are just...
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    MS Bike Gear up for the MS Bike and show the 100,000 Canadians living with MS that they do not have to face the disease alone. ...

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