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2016 Walk Locations. Click on your location to REGISTER.

Edmonton Vancouver Toronto Montreal Saskatoon Virtual
  *Kitimat Ottawa      
  *Campbell River (Courtenay) Waterloo      
  *Prince Rupert London      
    *Parry Sound      

* Community Walk (Volunteer Run)

About Autism Speaks Canada Walk

The Walk events are the single most important annual fundraising initiative for Autism Speaks Canada to support Scientific Research, Services, Advocacy and Awareness.  Yet, the Walks are more than a fundraiser, they provide an incredible opportunity for the ASD community to come together and make connections and feel the support of donors, sponsors, local media, community partners, and corporate sponsors.  

Since 2005, the Walk has grown to 8 signature events across Canada, involving over 11,000 walkers, volunteers, and corporations who come together to raise a significant amount of money to support our organization's mission.  In fact, Autism Speaks Canada Walk has raised over $10.8 million since 2007.  It now takes place in over 100 cities across North America.

Participate, Volunteer, Donate.  

We need more walkers and volunteers to make our 2016 Walk events an even bigger success!  For more information about a Walk in your community please contact

National Presenting Sponsors:

Would you like to see a Walk in your community?

You can now create a Community Walk!

Now for the first time Autism Speaks Canada is pleased to announce a new “Walk-in-a-box” program designed for families and friends to host their very-own Autism Speaks Canada Walk in their community. Through the incredible power of volunteers Autism Speaks Canada Walk will continue spreading autism awareness from coast-to-coast.

Community Walks are made up of and supported by individuals from local businesses, schools and families on a volunteer basis. Anyone with a passion to support Autism Speaks mission to support Canadians living with autism.

If you are interested in organizing a Community Walk in your city please go to our Community Walk page here.

Click here to download a Community Walk Application Form!

For more information about a Walk in your community please contact