You may already know, we like to give back to our community. Every year we select a charity and will fundraise for it. And this year we were inspired by Erin (our clinic coordinator) and her personal experience with ALS.

Our family watched my dad struggle with ALS for almost 3 years before it took his life at the age of 47. It is awful watching someone you love slowly deteriorate and lose the ability to do things that they once loved. My dad was very active and used to love playing hockey; this was on the first activities that he had to give up. Even simple tasks become impossible for him, such as walking, eating, and even breathing. He was confined to his bed for the last few months of his life. My dad never wanted to see another human being go through what he did, and I am proud that we are able to fundriase for this important cause.”
— Erin

ALS (also know as Lou Gehrig's Disease) is a progressive neuromuscular disease in which nerve cells die and leave  voluntary muscles paralyzed. Every day two to three Canadians die of the disease. If you would like to learn more about ALS and their continued researching efforts, or would like to make a donation, please visit,

We hope you enjoy a few photos from the ALS Walk in Hamilton we participated in, as well as our community BBQ. Thank you to our community helpers from the Oakville Leo Club! And Thank you to our neighbours Panago Pizza, Dairy Queen, and Vegebitez for being food sponsors! We couldn't have done it without you.