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Dec
18
2017
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The best things about Tourette Syndrome

By Melissa C. Water Considering that Tourette Syndrome is recognized as a disability, we may tend to think too much about the condition as a lim...

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Dec
16
2017

London Chapter Fundraising Bingo

The London Chapter holds bingo events to raise money to fund the work of the Chapter.  If you are interested in helping at a bingo event, contact L...

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Dec
12
2017
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Trek for Tourette

Trek for Tourette is a family-friendly 5 km walk taking place on March 25, 2018 in locations across Canada. This event celebrates its milestone 10t...

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Dec
11
2017
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The people beyond the noises

By Melissa C. Water A young woman in line at the cash register giggles into her boyfriend’s shoulder while referencing my noises. Most around us...

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Dec
04
2017
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Tics and OCD: Defining the difference

By Melissa C. Water A fine line can develop between Tourette Syndrome and OCD, and one condition can often be mistaken for the other. Both ...

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Nov
27
2017
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Swearing Tics

Indication of individual moral code? By Melissa C. Water Some words stand out among others, especially when they come from those affected by th...

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Nov
20
2017
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Tourette Syndrome Through Time

By Melissa C. Water History repeats itself isn’t just a phrase. When looking into my past some events reoccur into the distance like flat rocks b...

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Nov
15
2017
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T CAN, THE NEWSLETTER OF TOURETTE CANADA

SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER  T Can, the national magazine of Tourette Canada, is issued four times per year. Email Address * First Name...

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Apr
26
2017

Why Volunteer?

By Jaslen Noorpuri – Volunteer & Affiliate Support Coordinator Volunteers are the cornerstone in helping Tourette Canada flourish to its max...

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Apr
26
2017

Sybil Berenstein 

Sybil's involvement in Tourette Canada stretches some 25+ years, serving as President of the Greater Toronto Chapter for five years, as well as a m...

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