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If humans do not get enough restful sleep our daytime functioning is impaired - comparable to being intoxicated! With the influx of technology in our fast-paced society many of us are stimulating our brains before going to bed, reducing our quality of sleep and affecting our daily lives.

Beast Mode is more than a program, it is an experience!

It’s that time of year to be thinking about filing our tax returns for 2016, and the deadline for most citizens to file a personal return with Canada Revenue Agency is April 30, 2017.  As this deadline approaches, we want to let our subscribers know that free tax clinics are a... Read more...

The Sinneave Family Foundation, in partnership with the University of Calgary, Alberta Children’s Hospital Research Institute, and Alberta Health Services were pleased to bring Dr. Nicole Letourneau to Grand Rounds at Alberta Children’s Hospital on Monday, January 23rd and thank her for her informative presentation “EvidenceNetwork.ca:... Read more...

The Calgary Jewish Federation is hosting a book signing by Arthur Fleischmann, author of Carly's Voice - Breaking Through Autism on Feb 26 at 2pm. For more information and to register for this event, visit ... Read more...

Are you involved in an interesting project or in an area of work that you would like to share or discuss with other Canadian Autism Leadership Summit (CALS) attendees? Why not present your work in the CALS Poster Sessions?

CASDA invites leaders from across the country to be a part of this important event, and become an integral part of the national discussion with CASDA members.

The Beast Mode Fitness First Experience (Beast Mode) is a program initiative developed in partnership between the University of Calgary and The Sinneave Family Foundation.

The annual Opening Doors Housing Conference was held on National Housing Day, November 23rd in Calgary.

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