Toronto Stroll

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Join us in Toronto for Stroll for Liver!

Saturday, June 3, 2017


On Saturday June 3rd, 2017  join us at Milliken District Park  where the whole family can walk, play and eat! . Start off with a walk through the park and finish with some play time at our carnival and enjoy a delicious lunch. The kids won't want to miss our bouncy castle and games!! Lots of prizes for everyone!!

If you can't participate in the walk, come for the carnival and lunch while supporting a good cause!

Registration Opens 9:00 AM At Picnic Shelter C
Walk 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Lunch 11:30 AM
Entertainment 11:30 - 2:00 PM

Milliken District Park located at 5555 Steeles Ave E (Steeles and McCowan)
Free Parking at 5555 Steeles Ave E


Register Now! Click here or from your mobile click here

**Please note this registration site may not work properly with internet explorer and some other browsers. If you experience any problems registering please send an email to Jturack@liver.ca to be registered manually.**


Already registered? Print a pledge form and don't forget to bring it with you everywhere you go.

Get a special wrist band from the Canadian Liver Foundation while supplies last generously donated by 



For more information, please contact: Jennifer Turack  (416) 491-3353 Ext. 4919 Email: Jturack@liver.ca


The Canadian Liver Foundation acknowledges the following organizations for their support of the CLF's mission of bringing liver research to life to benefit the liver health of all Canadians through research, education, patient support, and advocacy.

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1 in 4 Canadians may be affected by liver disease - Alice is one of them.

A young toddler with red hair smiles in front of some plantsAlice was only 4 days old when jaundice prompted her parents to bring her to the hospital. After a battery of invasive tests and procedures, Alice was diagnosed with an incurable liver disease called biliary atresia. She underwent emergency, life-saving surgery at just 68 days old. Without this surgery, she would not survive past her second birthday. 

Alice is now an active, curious toddler, but she still goes for regular checkups and tests to monitor her condition. Since there is no cure for biliary atresia, it’s hard to know what the future will hold for Alice or other children with this and other liver diseases. Alice may one day need a liver transplant.

Help us change the future for Canadians with liver disease! 

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