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2015: The Year in Food Allergy

2015 was a year of promising research, groundbreaking education initiatives, important legislation and, unfortunately, heartbreaking loss with the deaths of several young people in our community. As we look back, we see a year of change both nationally and within Food Allergy Canada. Here are some highlights — and a glimpse into 2016. 10-year anniversary…  Read More

Sabrina’s Law

In May 2005, the Ontario government passed Bill 3: An Act to Protect Anaphylactic Pupils, which applies to all publicly funded schools in Ontario. Named “Sabrina’s Law,” it was signed into effect on January 1, 2006. Sabrina’s Law requires that every school board in Ontario establish and maintain an anaphylaxis policy to help students with serious…  Read More