June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

Mayor John Tory proclaims June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

City of Toronto Proclamation
Read the Proclamation, HERE


UnMasking Brain Injury exhibit at Queen’s Park – May 30, 2019

BIST at Queen's Park
A great way to kick off Brain Injury Awareness Month! Along with other Brain Injury Associations in Ontario, BIST participated in an UnMasking Brain Injury Exhibit at Queen’s Park, in an event organized by the Ontario Brain Injury Association.

Music on the Brain Concert – June 9 at Rockpile

Join us on June 9th for an ABI-Friendly Concert featuring Carl Dixon of The Guess Who/ Coney Hatch, Melanie Peterson, Angela Saini, Melanie Frade and Matt Von & Sarah Jordan. Learn more, HERE


Brain Injury Awareness Booths – Throughout June

BIST at PRide
We’ll be all over Toronto spreading awareness about BIST and Brain Injury in June! If you’re in the neighbourhood, come by to say hi, grab new swag and help spread the word about brain injury.
Variety Village Access Expo – 3701 Danforth (at Birchmount)
Thursday June 6, 4 – 8 pm
Friday June 7, 10 – 4 pm
Toronto Western Hospital – Atrium (Nassau Street Entrance)
Friday, June 14, 11- 1 pm
Sunnybrook Hospital – Bayview Campus, Main Entrance
Wednesday, June 19, 11- 2 pm
Toronto Pride Street Fair – Alexander St (Between Church & Yonge)
Saturday June 22, 10 – 4 pm AND Sunday June 23, 10 – 4 pm


Green and Blue CN Tower – June 12

CN Tower Green and Blue Slider
Come sun down on the night of June 12th, be sure to look to the sky for a Green and Blue lit CN Tower – the colours of brain injury – in recognition of Brain Injury Awareness Month. If you’re on social media, take a picture with the hashtags #BIAM19 #areyouaware with a message to spread ABI Awareness –  be sure to mention BIST in your post!)