Keeping it teal! Putting the spotlight on food allergy across Canada

May is Food Allergy Awareness Month, and what better way to highlight the important issue of food allergy than to literally shine a light on it? The colour of our cause is teal, and this week (week of May 15th) , monuments across Canada basked in teal light to raise awareness of food allergy.

With 1-in-13 Canadians managing at least one food allergy, these illuminations are not merely visual displays, but symbolic reminders of the need to work together to learn more about food allergy and strive to accommodate it across the nation.

Share your pics!

Here is the current list of past and scheduled monument lightings. If you happen to visit them in person, we’d love to see your photos, which you can share on social media using the hashtag #allergyaware. On Twitter, you can also include a shout-out to us at @FoodAllergyCAN.

Location Date
BC Place, Vancouver, BC May 16, 2017
Dome at Science World at Telus World of Science, Vancouver, BC May 20, 2017
Vancouver City Hall, Vancouver, BC May 20, 2017
High Level Bridge, Edmonton, AB May 18, 2017
Reconciliation Bridge (formerly Langevin Bridge), Calgary, AB May 20, 2017
Welland Bridge 13, Welland, ON May 15, 2017
CN Tower, Toronto, ON May 20, 2017
3D Toronto Sign, Toronto, ON May 20, 2017
Toronto City Hall Towers, Toronto, ON May 20, 2017
Civic Clock Tower, Mississauga, ON May 20, 2017
Peace Bridge, Niagara, ON May 20, 2017
Niagara Falls, Ontario/New York May 20, 2017

To read more about the exciting events taking place during Food Allergy Awareness Month, please click here!