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Food Allergy Canada Responds to Arrest of Waiter in Quebec Allergy Case

According to a recent CBC report, a Quebec man with a fish allergy suffered a severe reaction after being mistakenly served his allergen at a restaurant. Simon-Pierre Canuel, a Gatineau resident, filed a formal complaint alleging that he had told the waiter about his severe allergy and that the information was not communicated to the kitchen. Police…  Read More

Update: Allergy Aware Champions Contest

The contest has ended and the winner will be announced soon! Are you ready to become an allergy champion? Complete the Anaphylaxis in the Community: What Parents and Others Need to Know online course to learn more about managing allergies and submit your contest entry for a chance to win an iPad Pro. The contest…  Read More

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

Allergy Aware Challenge Winners!

In Fall 2015, Food Allergy Canada (formerly Anaphylaxis Canada) launched the Allergy Aware Challenge, a contest open to Canadian publicly-funded schools, to help promote the Anaphylaxis in Schools online course available at www.allergyaware.ca. We are pleased to announce the five lucky schools which will each receive prize packages of $1,000 towards the purchase of education-related…  Read More

Update: Allergy Aware Challenge for publicly-funded schools

The Allergy Aware Challenge contest has ended. Winners will be announced soon! Attention Principals, Vice Principals or designates: Is your school allergy aware? Take the Anaphylaxis in Schools: What Educators Need to Know online course to learn more about managing allergies and your school may win $1,000 and an Anaphylaxis Tool Kit. The contest is…  Read More

Training Services

Online Learning Our FREE e-learning courses for community settings and schools are interactive tools which offer a personalized certificate upon successful completion: Anaphylaxis in the Community: What Parents and Others Need to Know Anaphylaxis in Schools: What Educators Need to Know Developed by Food Allergy Canada and Leap Learning Technologies Inc. in collaboration with the…  Read More