There are countless ways we can make a difference

Whether you participate in a fundraising event, volunteer, or simply learn more about MS and MS research, every action impacts the lives of over 90,000 Canadians who live with MS.

Our Partners

All year-round, 15% of sales from the MS Canada special collection of flowers and gift baskets goes towards supporting the MS community. For all of May, there will be a $2 donation option available at checkout.

$1 from every order placed online or over the phone on MS Walk day, Sunday May 26th, will be donated in support of the MS community. (Ontario only)

Mr. Lube and Tires

$2 from every oil change that takes place over Mother's Day weekend will be donated in support of the MS Community.

ACT NOW for a World Free of MS

Add your name to our petitions and open letters asking government to #TakeActionForMS now!

With recent research advances, MS prevention has changed from a distant aspiration into an attainable goal. Send a letter to your Member of Parliament, advocating to make MS research funding a national priority and to commit $15 million in funding. 

Take Action

May 30th is World MS Day!

World MS Day is an international awareness day for everyone affected by multiple sclerosis (MS). It brings the global MS community together to share stories, raise awareness and campaign for change. World MS Day is officially marked on 30 May but activities take place throughout the month of May.

Learn more at the official World MS Day site!

World MS Day
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Knowledge is power.

For over 75 years we’ve invested in research, and within the last 30 years we have witnessed unprecedented and accelerated progress in MS diagnosis, treatment, and care.

Collaboration is key in making a world free of MS a reality and we will continue to be relentless in our pursuit of hope, answers, treatments, and programs to improve the lives of the MS community in Canada and beyond. 

Learn more about our research program

Canada has one of the highest rates of MS in the world.  Over 90,000 Canadians live with MS. 
On average, 12 Canadians are diagnosed with MS every day.  Women are 3X more likely to be diagnosed with MS than men. 
MS is the most common neurological disease affecting young adults in Canada.  60% of adults diagnosed with MS are between the ages of 20 and 49 years old