Toronto Rehab's 14th Annual On Track to Recovery Walk this Saturday, February 25th

TORONTO, Feb. 23, 2017 /CNW/ - Join us on Saturday, February 25, 2017 for the 14th Annual On Track to Recovery Walk in support of Toronto Rehab's Cardiac and Chronic Disease Prevention Program. This is your chance to help save lives!

More than 66,000 Canadians die each year from heart disease and stroke—one every seven minutes. With your help, we can raise funds to support researchers who are working on breakthrough treatments that save lives and improve survivor recovery.

We have some special guests who will be dropping by to wish us well, support the cause and allow for pictures.

- NHL alumni – Ric Nattress
- The MP, Don Valley WestRob Oliphant
- Carleton the Bear

Registration fee of $40 is all that you need to help cardiac patients and those at risk of heart disease to take the important first steps to recovery and disease prevention. To register, visit us online at Donations and sponsors are always welcome! 



Saturday, February 25th, 9am- 1pm


To raise funds that will directly contribute to funding Canada's first Cardiac
College – an educational curriculum for persons living with heart disease
at Toronto Rehab's Cardiovascular Prevention
and Rehabilitation Program. 


Toronto Rehab Rumsey Centre, 347 Rumsey Rd, East York, ON M4G


The 14th annual On Track to Cardiac Recovery Walk. This event will take 
place on and around the state-of-the-art indoor track at Toronto Rehab's
Rumsey Centre.


The Toronto Rehab Foundation is a charitable organization dedicated to raising funds for innovative patient care, groundbreaking research and diverse education at Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, a member of the University Health Network. With the generosity of its donors and volunteers, Toronto Rehab Foundation is helping support research, education and patient care to help people overcome the challenges of disabling injury, illness or age-related health conditions.

As the world-leading research centre focused on adult rehabilitation, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute is revolutionizing rehabilitation by helping people overcome the challenges of disabling injury, illness or age related health conditions to live active, healthier, more independent lives. It integrates innovative patient care, ground breaking research and diverse education to build healthier communities and advance the role of rehabilitation in the health system. Toronto Rehab, along with Toronto Western, Toronto General and Princess Margaret Hospitals, is a member of the University Health Network and is affiliated with the University of Toronto.


SOURCE Toronto Rehabilitation Institute

For further information: Catherine Morgan, Director Marketing Communications, Toronto Rehab Foundation, Tel: 416.597.3422 X 3965, Mobile: 647.328.8751,


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