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Next meeting of members!

Next meeting of members! The next Thalidomiders’ big family reunion and AGM is coming soon! Please reserve these dates on your calendar: WHEN?   June 26...

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Dear members, Please note that a cheque for the additional payment offered by Health Canada was mailed to all members during the first week of...

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Dear members, We wish to inform you that, since July 1, Crawford’s - Class Action Services has a new name: EPIQ - Class Action Services....

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UPDATE FOR MEMBERS OF TVAC Earlier today, Health Canada published the details for the changes to the Thalidomide Support Program that was previously announced in...

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TVAC Takes a Stand Against Bullying – 2017

Board of Directors adopts an Anti-Bullying Policy While recognizing the right to freedom of opinion and expression of every individual, and the value provided by...

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TVAC’s Distinction Event – 2016

TVAC's Distinction Event : A Great Success! On June 17, 18 and 19 of 2016, TVAC held its national DISTINCTION 2016 event at the Hilton...

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Press release – May 22, 2015

Official Statement from the Thalidomide Survivors Taskforce concerning Health Canada's Program to Assist the Canada's 94 Living Victims of Thalidomide TORONTO, May 22, 2015 /CNW/ - The...

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2013 – Report: Study on the Current Living Conditions of Canadian Thalidomide Survivors

2013 In light of the concerns and requests for assistance that thalidomide victims have communicated to TVAC in recent years, TVAC is very concerned about...

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October 2012 – National Event

Thalidomide : 50 Years Later The Canadian government withdrew Kevadon and Talimol (two different trade names for thalidomide) on March 2nd, 1962. These drugs had...

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November 2008 – TVAC’s 20th Anniversary

The Thalidomide Victims Association of Canada (TVAC) celebrated its 20th anniversary! Members reunited in Montreal on November 7, 8 and 9, 2008 under the theme: 20 Years:...

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