Please join us on Thursday, June 13th in Kelowna

On Thursday, June 13th,  2019, the MS Society BC and Yukon Division will be hosting a researcher to speak on MS, their research, and the world of research.
 
When: Thursday, June 13th, 2019 from 5-8pm
Location: Kelowna Ramada Hotel & Conference Centre (2170 Harvey Avenue)

More details to come! Thank you for registering

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* 1. Contact information

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* 2. We will provide a reminder a few days prior. How do you prefer to be contacted?

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* 3. How many guests will you bring with you to the educational session?

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* 4. Do you or your guests have any food allergies/sensitivities we should be aware of should food be served at this event? Please explain.

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* 5. Do you use a mobility aid? This will help us with set-up.

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* 6. The Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada protects your privacy. The information provided in this survey will be entered into our services database.

The purpose for the database is to provide you with the best service now and in the future, to provide information about our programs and meetings and to compile anonymous statistical information.

No one outside MS Society client services would have access to your personal information and even then access is exclusively for the purpose of providing you services. You can request at any time to be removed from our services database,

If you have any questions about your personal information for the MS Society’s privacy policy and procedures, please contact our Privacy Office, Cristina Toporas at priv@mssociety.ca and phone 1-800-268-7582 extension 3017.

To acknowledge and consent to the collection and use by the MS Society of your personal information for these purposes, please click “I agree.”

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* 7. I understand that images, audio, quotes, identification, and related documents from this event may appear in various formats/publications associated with the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada, its division or chapters and will be released into public domain, which may include other outside media (e.g. Progressive MS Alliance website, news articles, etc.), to promote the MS Society and its efforts.
I understand that the above-mentioned documents may appear on the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada Internet site and will therefore be released into public domain.


We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the Province of BC

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