Troy's Run: Receiving National Award From BIAC

I want to thank everyone for the support and congratulations the past few days. It's such an honor to receive this award from the Brain Injury Association of Canada - and being recognized for my work in furthering Prevention & Education in Brain Injury certainly is a nice feather to add to my cap. 

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Here's video of Lambton-Middlesex MP Bev Shipley's opening remarks at the 2014 Brain Injury Association of Canada's Award Luncheon, held in Gatineau, QC, Sept 25, 2014.

It was a great honor to not only receive this award, but to also be presented with Document of Recognition from the Government of Canada. Thank you!

Here's some photo's from the event.

L to R - Amy Adams (+1), Troy Adams, MP Bev Shipley

L to R - BIAC Executive Director Harry Zarins, Troy Adams

Here's a shot of my great friend, co-worker, and mentor Mrs Arden McGregor (Brainworks Rehab) who received TWO awards from the BIAC. Earlier in the day, she presented her presentation of 'HOPEtherapy' to a roomful of Therapist. Learn more by clicking the link (Brainworks Rehab)

Standing alongside my beautiful wife Amy Adams (+1)

My brother Tyler Adams alongside his sister in law, Amy Adams (+1) 

Holding a straight face around us is a tough job... We had a lot of fun together. Tyler lives in Ottawa, and we were so happy he could join us to celebrate the day.

We finished the day with a trip to the CBC building in the Nation's Capital. No trip to Ottawa is complete without a visit to one of my closest friends, Ryan Garland. Pretty cool fact: He's decent at his job, and works as a Promo Producer for both Ottawa & Montreal CBC Bureaus. Shoutout to the Garland Service Centres, looking to repeat as Champions at the Annual Powassan FHT.