A campaign to educate all world travelers about Mefloquine neurotoxicity.
Our MISSION is to provide information to, and encourage the formal establishment of basic health care provisions for, individuals injured by mefloquine.
Above: Marj Matchee, Cathay Wagantall M.P., Dave Bona, and Bev Skwernuik. Some members from Mefloquine Awareness Canada met with Members of Parliament, Cathay Wagantall and Dr Robert Kitchen and others, to discuss mefloquine and the effects it has had on...read more
Originally published August 18, 2017. Updated August 18, 2017 at 12:55pm Former Conservative MP Terence Young is calling for Health Minister Jane Philpott to personally review her department's handling of a law that bears his daughter's name — a request supported by...read more
We at Mefloquine Awareness Canada were saddened to learn that Bonnie Toews had passed away. We owe her a great debt for her work with veterans and bringing awareness to the dangers of Mefloquine use. Published in the Toronto Star from Aug. 12 to Aug. 14, 2017 TOEWS,...read more
As a member of the Airborne Regiment, Dave Bona spent 14 years with the military including the first Gulf War and Cyprus. Later he would pull the wrong straws and got some opretty tough deployments; Somalia, Rwanda and just about Bosnia. Served with the N Sask R, 1 Bn RCR, 3 Bn RCR and 3 CDO Canadian Airborne Regiment.read more
Originally published August 10, 2017 in Yorkton This Week Cathay Wagantall, MP for the Yorkton-Melville riding, is meeting with veterans across the country this summer to discuss possible solutions to their problems. Wagantall will be conducting a two-day...read more
Robert Bales in 2011.PHOTO: UNITED STATES ARMY GREG MILLER - SCIENCE - 08.15.13 - 09:30 AM EARLY IN THE morning of March 11, 2012, Army staff sergeant Robert Bales left his remote outpost in an impoverished region of Kandahar Province, Afghanistan and...read more
Army sergeant who killed 16 Afghans claims malaria drug might’ve fueled breakdown that led to massacre
Bales, seen in 2011, previously pleaded guilty to killing 16 Afghans. (SPC. RYAN HALLOCK/AP). NEW YORK DAILY NEWS - Updated: Wednesday, August 9, 2017, 9:53 AM An Army sergeant convicted of one of the worst wartime massacres in recent history believes an...read more
Men stand next to blood stains and charred remains inside a home where witnesses say Afghans were killed by a U.S. soldier in Panjwai, Kandahar province south of Kabul, Afghanistan in 2012 Allauddin Khan AP BY PATRICIA KIME - Special to McClatchy - AGOSTO...read more
The possible use of a controversial malaria drug will be raised at an appeals hearing Tuesday for Staff Sgt. Robert Bales, convicted of murdering 16 Afghan men, women and children.read more