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The Huntington Society of Canada’s National Newsletter

Horizon is the national newsletter of the Huntington Society of Canada. Published two times per year (Spring and Fall), its purpose is to share information with individuals affected by Huntington disease and their families, health care professionals, friends and supporters.

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Download the 2022 Spring Horizon newsletter – click here.

This issue’s stories include:

  • HD Hockey Classic
  • HSC Partners with truLOCAL
  • A Volunteer Story: Sharon Gera
  • Canadian Virtual Hospice Offers Modules on Grief and Loss
  • Gerry Gray: Choosing MAiD



Download the 2021 Fall Horizon newsletter – click here.

This issue’s stories include:

  • Celebrating the Career of Dr. Mark Guttman
  • An Ariel View by Ariel Walker
  • Message from New Board Chair Brynne Dalmao
  • Profile on Dr. Michael Hayden
  • Fall Community Events
  • Amaryllis Profile – Gillian Shay of our Halifax Chapter



Download the 2021 Spring Horizon newsletter – click here.

This issue’s stories include:

  • Huntington Heroes National Virtual Walk
  • Message from the CEO, Shelly Redman
  • YPAHD: Mackenzie Remillard
  • An Ariel View
  • From the Lab Bench to the Board: Ray Truant’s Commitment to Accelerating HD Research
  • Breakthroughs and Hope: How HD Research is Opening the Door to Understanding Other Neurodegenerative Diseases
  • Karen Koester’s Magical Amaryllis Touch
  • Gas Left in the Tank: RVing Across Canada with Huntington Disease
  • In Memoriam: (John Hickson’s story of living with a wife with HD, and afterwards)
  • B.C. and Yukon Online Carer Group



This issue’s stories include:

  • Supreme Court Ruling a Win for All Canadians
  • Introducing Shelly Redman – Your HSC Chief Executive Officer
  • 2020-2021 Community Education Forum Seasonal Series
  • Cultivating Hope with HSC’s 2020 Amaryllis Campaign
  • An Ariel View
  • Training the Next Generation of HD Clinicians
  • A New Virtual Reality
  • (NOT) Business as Usual: Operations in the Time of COVID-19
  • Leaders in the HD Community: Sean Dewart
  • More Than a Job: Losing their Dads to HD Becomes a Powerful Motivator for Two Young Women
  • Keychain Campaign Fills Hearts with Hope
  • 2020 “LightItUp4HD” Shines Brightly in May
  • A Passion for Pedaling Raises Big Bucks

Click here for the fall 2020 issues of our Community Newsletters.


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