This Community Calendar is provided as a public service by Townshippers’ Association. Event content is the responsibility of the submitter. Unless an event is hosted directly by the Association, please direct any questions concerning events to the host listed in the Contact section of each event. Thank you.
Click on the green +Post Your Event button to share your event. Be sure to include as many details as possible (what it is, street address, contact person, associated cost…) Events that meet the criteria below will appear after being approved by a moderator.
1) Events must take place in the historical Eastern Townships;
2) Events must be fully inclusive for the English-speaking community by either taking place in English, being bilingual or surpassing linguistic barriers (ie: art, music, etc.);
3) Listings or announcements must respect Townshippers’ policy of non-partisanship. As the association is a non-profit, non-partisan community organization, events of a political or religious nature will not be accepted.
All requests are subject to approval. Listings that do not contain contact information will not be approved.
Please allow up to 72 business hours for your event to appear.
Osteoarthritis (OA), including post-traumatic OA (PTOA), is the most common disability in Canada, causing chronic pain in millions of Canadians. Despite this, current pain management strategies for this disease are largely ineffective. Although mechanisms underlying joint pathology in OA are becoming better understood, whether there are upstream or central mechanisms that could potentially contribute to pain, especially in PTOA, remains unclear.
The objective of this study was to assess allodynia in a model of PTOA (Anterior Cruciate Ligament transection) as well as in three control groups, including Sham surgery (n=7), Uninjured mice (n=4), and a model of neuropathic pain where allodynia is already well described (Spared Nerve Injury (SNI, n=8).
A colourfully fun and relaxing activity for grown-ups!
Join us for a morning of colouring and conversations at the CLC in Bury. You’ll get to try out this fun and relaxing activity, meet new people, and learn more about what is happening in your community. No talent is required, and supplies are provided (or you can bring your own, if you have them). Coffee, tea, juice, and snacks are offered. All are welcome! Registration is not required for this free activity.
This is a CHSSN initiative funded by Health Canada through the Roadmap for Canada’s Official Languages 2013-2018: Education, Immigration, Communities.
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