Cross-Canada bike tour raises money for research

Cory Welsh is cycling across Canada to raise awareness of Parkinson’s and money for research

Cory Welsh, 24, of Sarnia, Ontario received a warm reception and considerable media attention as he cycled across Canada to meet people with Parkinson’s, raise awareness of the disease and raise money for Parkinson Society Canada’s National Research Program.

The journey, honouring Cory’s father who has Parkinson’s, kicked off in Vancouver on June 26th and ended in Halifax on September 3rd.

You can contribute to Cory’s efforts by donating online at his Parkinson’s Cycle of Hope webpage, pdcycle.com.

Read more about Cory Welsh and the Parkinson’s Cycle of Hope.

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