Event

28 Feb 2020
When:
Fri 28 February, 2020
Location
181 Bay Street
Toronto
Canada
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What Makes You Rare? ft. Josie Dye 28 February 2020 181 Bay Street, Toronto, Canada
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Hosted by CORD

On Friday, February 28th – ahead of Rare Disease Day 2020 – we will come together to ask “What Makes You Rare?”

We’ll be joined by radio host and broadcaster Josie Dye, who shares a special connection to Canada’s rare disease community. 

In an effort to bring visibility to the many ways that living with a rare disease can impact the lives of everyday Canadians, we’re hosting an interactive exhibit at Sam Pollock Square, within Brookfield Place. Located in the heart of downtown Toronto, Brookfield Place is one of the city’s most unique, recognizable, and bustling public spaces.

Here, in collaboration with five national rare disease organizations, we’ll be highlighting the experiences of a number of patients from across the country. We welcome the public, patients, caregivers, and policymakers to explore, interact, and share what makes YOU rare with our guest host Josie Dye.

For us, our partners, and the approximately 1 in 12 Canadians living with a rare disease, every day is Rare Disease Day.

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