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2nd Annual Bud, Spud & Steak Excels E-mail Print

SBHAC is pleased to announce that our 2nd Annual Bud, Spud and Steak Fundraiser, held April 24, 2015 at the NorVilla Hotel in Winnipeg was a big success.  With a vast array of silent auction prizes donated by our outstanding sponsors and donors, and through the generosity of eager 50/50 ticket buyers, we were able to raise an incredible $15,000!

 

It was with the support of our major event sponsor, Nestlé Materna Canada that we were able to host this event.  The proceeds of the Bud Spud & Steak provide support services for people and families living with spina bifida and hydrocephalus across Canada, including educational material for clients, medical clinics and universities, bursaries and research. 

 

And, of course, we would be remise if we didn't thank our awesome attendees.  These are the friends, family, co-workers and volunteers that help make our work possible, and we Thank You for your continued support.

 

Many thanks to our Donors and Sponsors:

 

Major Event Sponsor: Nestlé Materna Canada

Antique Motorcycle Club of Manitoba

Assiniboia Downs

Belgian Club

Brematson & Associates

Costco

Jeanne's Bakery

The Keg

Prairie Sky Promotions

Rae & Jerry's Steak House

Richlu Sportswear

Rona

Royal Canadian Legion 107

Winnipeg Blue Bombers

Winnipeg Jets

Wyatt Insurance

George Alevizos

John & Pat Choquette

Judy & Dave Heibert

John Pollard

Tara & David Twerdocleib

Spina Bifida & Hydrocephalus Associations of:

British Columbia

Manitoba

Northern Alberta


Motherhood starts with Materna

Research Reports for 2015 E-mail Print
  • An environmental scan of weight assessment and management practices in paediatric spina bifida clinics across Canada. Dr. McPherson. PDF.
  • Two year project was on reducing complications associated with endoscopic third ventriculostomy through simulation based training. Dr. Haji. PDF.

Is Your Dementia Really NPH? E-mail Print
It is estimated that between five and ten percent of people diagnosed with dementia could actually have a treatable condition known as normal pressure hydrocephalus or NPH. NPH is a disorder involving an abnormal increase in cerebrospinal fluid that causes the brain to become enlarged. The condition can occur at any age but it's most common over age 60.
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National Bursary Program - updated for 2015 E-mail Print
The Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Association of Canada is pleased to introduce the National Bursary Program for people with spina bifida and/or hydrocephalus.
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Research Grant Applicants - 2014-2015 E-mail Print

The deadline for submitting application for a research grant for the 2014-2015 fiscal year is 5 p.m. C.S.T. February 28, of 2015.  Follow this link to download the guidelines and application. 

All applications should be mailed along with supporting documents to the attention of:

The Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Association of Canada
Research Grant Program
647- 167 Lombard Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3B 0V3

Email: info@sbhac.ca

If you have any questions please call  Toll Free 1-800-565-9488.


2014/2015 Board of Directors E-mail Print

2014/2015 Board of Directors

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