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Bill and Sophie's 50th Anniversary
Bill and Sophie's 50th Anniversary

Caton-Ewanuk Parkinson SuperWalkers

No Matter What.

Thanks for visiting our Caton-Ewanuk Parkinson team page. This September, our team will be joining the Parkinson community across Canada as part of Parkinson Canada SuperWalk. 

As a family team, we are committed to a future without Parkinson's. I’d like to tell you why, and what walking alongside us or visiting our personal pages and making a donation will do. Our father, Bill Caton, was diagnosed with Parkinson's in 2019. And, I recall as a child, my maternal grandfather, Peter Ewanuk, living with Parkinson's. I am aware that there is a genetic component and that some of our family may become even more personally affected. 

More than 25 Canadians are diagnosed with Parkinson's every single day; more than one person every hour. By 2031, the number of people living with Parkinson’s in Canada will more than double. I am participating in SuperWalk to fund the increasing need for support, advocacy and research. This is why I’m asking for your support today. 

Help me ensure Parkinson Canada is there for Canadians living with Parkinson’s today – while funding research into better treatments and hopefully, one day, a cure.

Every dollar raised and every new team member means new hope. Thank you!

Your gift shows support for the Parkinson Community. It shows them that no matter how things change and no matter what days may bring there is strength in numbers. With unwavering spirits - letting no obstacle hold us back. No Matter What.

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Team Name: Caton-Ewanuk Parkinson SuperWalkers | Team Goal: $2,500.00

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