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Eric Lindros Jun 12
Great day yesterday speaking to the media about Rowan’s Law. Urging the rest of Canada to adopt this Law to protect and educate athletes, parents, and coaches on the signs of concussions. Pass it on Canada.
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Eric Lindros Jun 12
Enjoying watching the Stanley Cup Playoffs tonight! Amazing to see the ad air during the game.
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HDSB Sep 19
If in doubt, sit it out & check it out. Concussions aren’t always immediately obvious. Know the signs and symptoms. Check out 's resources here: .
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Doug Ford Jun 10
Ontario’s government for the people is committed to improving sport for everyone. If you’ve suffered a hit, stop playing, sit out the game and get help. Concussion resources are available for you to use:
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Ron MacLean Jun 27
In Sport we lead with our heart, but truthfully it's a mental game. No substitute for good sense. Spare your mind. Rowan's Law. Heading us the right way
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John Fraser Sep 25
Today is in honour of Rowan Stringer’s memory & to raise awareness about concussion safety. Thank you to everyone who made this legislation possible & to the Stringer family for turning tragedy into meaningful action that protects our kids
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Education Ontario Sep 25
A concussion can negatively impact a student’s emotional health and academic success. Learn how to identify the signs and symptoms of a concussion and how to help:
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Education Ontario Sep 25
With Ontario’s updated curriculum (grades 1-8), students are learning the signs and symptoms of concussions, so they can play smart and stay safe.
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Nepean Minor Hockey Aug 1
NEW! BEFORE YOU STEP ON THE ICE.... Rowan's Law (concussion safety) Review resources & sign before registering/participating in a sport.
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Michael Tibollo Jun 13
Concussions do happen. But with the proper training, we can minimize the impacts of these injuries. That's why this week we launched our campaign to make sure everybody knows what to do when a concussion does occur.
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Eric Lindros Jun 11
With big sports games happening this week, there isn’t a better time to talk about concussions. Listen in on TSN 1050 between 4-7pm tonight.
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Nick Kypreos Jun 11
I love the dedication that athletes show but we must remember to protect ourselves first. We always put everything on the line but sometimes we need to take a step back. This concussion video is a must watch
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Halton Catholic DSB Sep 25
Today, HCDSB recognizes Rowan's Law Day to raise awareness about the dangers of head injuries. To learn more about our concussion protocol, visit
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HDSB Sep 23
Rowan Stringer loved rugby and was captain of her high school’s team. She died after multiple concussions went unreported. Know the signs and symptoms of concussion 👇
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Mark Herceg May 30
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Limestone District School Board Sep 24
Weds. Sept 25 is & we want to spark conversation amongst students, staff & parents/guardians to learn how to prevent, identify & manage concussions.
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Heritage Sport Tourism Culture Industries Oct 4
: Minister announced an investment to the Concussion Legacy Foundation to help improve concussion safety across the province. Learn more:
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Nick Kypreos May 30
I'm very proud to back Rowan’s Law, which governs the prevention, detection and management of concussions in competitive amateur sports. If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms, stop playing, sit out and find help.
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Stephen Lecce Jun 13
will help save lives. Better resourcing and informing of athletes, students, parents & coaches about how to respond to concussions I’ll be meeting teams in & to promote this: if you suffer a hit, stop playing, sit out & get help
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ONTHealth Sep 25
Today is in memory of Rowan Stringer who died from multiple concussions while playing high school rugby. Ontario is making sports safer for amateur athletes, children and youth by improving concussion safety.
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