Remembering Hilda Gregory
Hilda Gregory passed away on November 16th, 2014. Hilda was a great friend to The Kidney Foundation of Canada, BC Branch, and we are saddened by her passing. HIlda was a great inspiration for many of us within The Kidney Foundation of Canada, who admired and followed her example of a lifetime of giving to people and the community. Hilda made our world a better place. We will miss her.
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First BC Researcher to be Awarded Kidney Foundation of Canada's Medal for Research Excellence
BURNABY BC -- Dr. Adeera Levin is the first researcher in British Columbia to be awarded The Kidney Foundation of Canada’s 2014 Medal for Research Excellence for her outstanding accomplishments in kidney disease research. Dr. Levin is a respected nephrologist and researcher at St. Paul’s Hospital, Providence Health Care & the University of British Columbia, Head of the Division of Nephrology at UBC as well as the Executive Director of the BC Renal Agency. She was also recently named President (2015 to 2017) of the International Society of Nephrology, she is the second woman and first Canadian ever elected to this post. Read More.
Kidney Foundation Applauds Government Launch of Organ Donor Initiative
BURNABY – The Kidney Foundation of Canada (B.C. Branch) expressed its full support for today’s announcement by the B.C. Government that Service BC centres in Dawson Creek, Quesnel, Port Alberni and Salmon Arm will allow citizens to register as an organ donor.
Starting this month, the CRA will begin in-person and online consultations seeking the views of Canadians with disabilities and their supporting persons, promoters, tax professionals, qualified practitioners and members from the general public. Your participation and feedback will help protect people with disabilities from paying excessive fees for assistance with a DTC request as well as improve the DTC process.