Ottawa Radio Show Segment About Stuttering

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Onyeka Onochie, CSA member and co-leader of the Ottawa CSA support group chapter, was invited on CBC Morning Radio to talk about stuttering, his personal story, and the challenges surrounding stuttering in the context of Joe Biden’s recent presidential win. The interview segment can be found here.

CSA Members Featured in Vancouver City TV News Feature

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CSA Board member and Speech Language Pathologist Lauren Linkie, along with CSA Members Kim Block and Devon Kirchner are featured in a news segment on Vancouver TV featured here. They discuss the language around stuttering in light of the election of US President Joe Biden.

Stuttering Organizations Unite to Congratulate Joe Biden

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‘You stutter, We stutter, It’s how we talk’ Organizations representing those who stutter have come together from around the world to congratulate Joe Biden on his inauguration. The first President of the United States of America to have a stutter.

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"Branching Out" Conference Highlights Video

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In November, the CSA held its first virtual-format conference, with the theme of "Branching Out". Thanks to the presenters, viewers, and the volunteer conference committee, it was a tremendous success! Check out a short video of some of the conference highlights here.