multiple sclerosis

A participant flashed a V for victory sign as the Fraser Valley MS Walk got underway in Langley City’s Douglas Park on Sunday, May 29. 97 participants raised more than $31,000. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)

VIDEO: Walk against MS raises more than $31K in Fraser Valley

First in-person event since pandemic merged regional walks into one

 

Even though long-diagnosed with an aggressive form of Multiple Sclerosis (MS), South Surrey’s Dawn O’ Kane continues to teach dance and movement courses online – and says they can benefit the disabled or mobility challenged no matter what their range of movement. (Contributed photo)

Afflicted with MS, South Surrey dance instructor keeps on the move

‘If I can speak, I can teach and I can coach – and I love it’: Dawn O’Kane

 

Jimmy Blais has a new lease on life after meeting Claire Jacklin, the community manager at Golden Life's Garden View Village in Kimberley, who encouraged him and helped him start a workout routine, helping him conquer his MS diagnosis. Paul Rodgers photo.

500 revolutions: B.C. man with MS gains back control with help of exercise bike

Garden View Community Manager encouraged Blais to get his body moving

 

Pamela and Gord Weitzel of Willowbrook, of Team Pamela, have been a part of the MS Walk in Langley for more than a decade. (Roxanne Hooper/Langley Advance)

PHOTOS: Record crowd walk for MS in Langley City today

Multiple Sclerosis survivors lead family and friends on stroll through Langley City.

Pamela and Gord Weitzel of Willowbrook, of Team Pamela, have been a part of the MS Walk in Langley for more than a decade. (Roxanne Hooper/Langley Advance)
Cloverdale’s Stacey Easterbrook will lead MS Walk in memory of her sister

Cloverdale’s Stacey Easterbrook will lead MS Walk in memory of her sister

After 25 years of taking part, she’ll take the lead on May 28 to raise awareness, funds for a cure

Cloverdale’s Stacey Easterbrook will lead MS Walk in memory of her sister