Pictures of loved ones hung on the back wall of the Island Stage in Kelowna during the 2022 Move to Cure ALS (Brittany Webster - Capital News)

Kelowna residents moving in person again to support B.C., Yukon residents with ALS

Over 200 people showed up to move to cure ALS

  • Jun 12, 2022


Fairview Mountain Golf Course in Oliver is taking part in this year’s PGA of B.C. Golfathon for ALS. (Submitted image)

Golfers in Oliver set to play off from sunrise to sunset for ALS

The Fairview Mountain Golf Club is one of over 38 B.C. courses to participate in the event


FILE – Walk for ALS. (Black Press Media file photo)

ALS Awareness Month: Society campaigns to make Canada No. 1 for clinical trials

First the Bucket Challenge, now raising a hand to support Canadian clinical trials for ALS