Annual General Meeting

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CSA is hosting our Annual General Meeting (AGM) 2020 where you will meet the CSA Board of Directors, receive a Financial Report, and hear about our Strategic Plan and other initiatives underway, as well as ask questions!

The meeting will be held online using Zoom on Sunday, December 6, 2-4 pm EST.

Download the agenda and Zoom meeting info here.

Canada-Wide Support Group Launches

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The Canada-wide support group is a monthly virtual support group open to all teens and adults who stutter in Canada, regardless of location. Our intention is to connect people who stutter who may live in rural/remote communities, areas without in-person support groups and those who attend other support groups but would like additional opportunities to meet. If you attend our meetings you are of course welcome to attend other CSA in-person or virtual meetings! Check it out here.

"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.

CSA Podcast: Jordanne Erichsen Interviews Scroobius Pip


Scroobius Pip is a British actor and podcaster who has become involved with a campaign to bring awareness to and change attitudes toward stuttering, STAMMA. He narrates a video about changing the way people talk about stuttering that has since gone viral. CSA member Jordanne Erichsen interviewed him recently for CSA's first featured podcast. Listen to it here:

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Documentary about Stuttering Nominated for Award


Getting the Words Out” a short-documentary, has been nominated by the Silver Wave Film Festival.

“Getting the Words Out" recently produced by Director/Producer: Dr. Paul De Decker, Associate Professor, Linguistics Department Memorial University of Newfoundland and his team, as part of a larger research project with the Newfoundland and Labrador Stuttering Association.

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