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Announcing The Summer of TAG (Treating Allergies with Genuine Care) 2014

February 6, 2014

Anaphylaxis Canada is proud to be named once again the charity of choice by Canadian race car driver Alex Tagliani.
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Kellogg Canada Joins Anaphylaxis Canada Corporate Partners Program

January 16, 2014

We are pleased to announce that Kellogg Canada has joined our Corporate Partners Program. This program allows us the opportunity to work with corporations on their allergy-related initiatives and programs.
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Getting ready to go back to school - Are you ready?

August 21, 2013

School is about to begin.. are you ready? Whether your child is starting school for the first time, entering a new school or is a returning student, Anaphylaxis Canada is here to help by providing useful resources for safely managing allergies as you prepare for the new year ahead.
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Mondelez Canada joins Anaphylaxis Canada's Corporate Partner Program

August 2, 2013

We are pleased to announce that Mondelēz Canada has joined our corporate partner program.
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Anaphylaxis Canada Announces New Foodservice Programs & Food Safety Award

March 8, 2013


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Seasonal Candy - Read the Label Every Time

With the Easter and Passover season upon us, Anaphylaxis Canada would like to remind everyone to always read the ingredient list and precautionary statements (e.g. May contain), whether you are purchasing a product for yourself, your child, or to share with others. Be careful not to rely solely on a “free-from” claim on the front of a package for important allergen information.

Of special note, for those with peanut and tree nut allergies, please be aware that there are currently several Easter products that have a “peanut-free” claim on the front of the package and a “May contain tree nuts” warning on the back.

If you have any questions regarding a product or ingredient/labelling information, kindly contact the manufacturer directly.

For tips on how to read a food label please visit us at http://www.anaphylaxis.ca/en/daily_living/food_labelling.html


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Anaphylaxis Canada Announces The Summer of TAG

As you may know, earlier this year Anaphylaxis Canada announced the launch of the Summer of TAG (Treating Allergies with Genuine Care) , with Canadian race car driver, Alex Tagliani. Having food allergies himself, Alex knows first-hand what it takes to safely manage this allergies, both at home and on the race track.

Alex, in partnership with Pfizer Canada (Canadian distributor of EpiPen®), is supporting the launch of the Summer of TAG, an exciting initiative to promote food allergy awareness and safety.


Comme vous le savez peut-être, plus tôt cette année, Anaphylaxie Canada a annoncé le lancement de l’été de TAG (Traiter les Allergies avec Grand soin) en collaboration avec le pilote canadien de course automobile Alex Tagliani. Comme il a lui-même des allergies alimentaires, Alex sait personnellement ce qu’il faut pour les gérer en toute sécurité, à la fois à la maison et à la piste de course.

En partenariat avec Pfizer Canada (distributeur canadien d’EpiPenMC), Alex appuie le lancement de l’été de TAG, initiative dynamique qui vise à promouvoir la sensibilisation aux allergies alimentaires et la sécurité.


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World Allergy Week

Anaphylaxis Canada is proud to be part of a growing global community focused on food allergy. As such, we are pleased to let you know that the World Allergy Organization (WAO) has designated the week of April 7-13, as World Allergy Week, with its key theme this year being “Anaphylaxis – When Allergies Can Be Severe and Fatal”.
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Support Bill 135: An Act to protect pupils with asthma
(Ryan’s Law)

If your child has asthma, please express your concerns to the Ontario government about the need to have legislation for schools to protect children with asthma, including the self-carriage of puffers, and the training and education for staff.
Please take the time to write and/or call your local MPP and other government officials.
More information.
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Food allergy app for teens now available on iPhone and other mobile devices

Our "WhyRiskit?" food allergy education app for teens is now available for iPhone and iPad along with Android and Blackberry devices.
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Back to School 2013 - How to Manage Allergies this School Season


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New Anaphylaxis Smartphone App for Youth

We are proud to announce the launch of our first smartphone app for pre-teens, teens and young adults at-risk for anaphylaxis.


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Health Canada's Position on Highly Refined Oils Derived from Food Allergen Sources

Visit Health Canada’s website for information on edible oils (soybean, peanut, sesame, tree nuts, and fish).
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The POWER of 2 Indy Edition Finale

Get Ready… Get Set…. DONATE!

The Power of 2 Indy edition wrapped up yesterday with an exciting race to the finish for Indy race car drivers Alex Tagliani and Scott Dixon. We are very pleased to announce the Alex raised over $5900 for Anaphylaxis Canada as part of this charity challenge. On behalf of Anaphylaxis Canada, we would like to thank Alex for all his support during this challenge and to our donors who contributed to the Summer of TAG campaign!
To see the final results and the wager challenge, please visit www.power-of-2.org
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"10 Tips for Managing Food Allergy in Schools" Webinar Now Available

10 Tips for Managing Food Allergy in Schools - http://youtu.be/FzxUd-Ey8Xo
10 conseils sur la prise en charge des allergies alimentaires à l'école - http://youtu.be/MeME__KLVFs


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Managing Anaphylaxis in Schools

Anaphylaxis Canada sends a reminder to school principals about safely managing allergies at school.
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Anaphylaxis Canada congratulates Marilyn Allen on winning Food Safety Leadership Award


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Sanofi Canada joins Anaphylaxis Canada's Corporate Partner Program


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Food Allergy Management Assessment Program- Are you prepared?


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Tips for staying safe this holiday season


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Food allergies in Canada: teach children to be careful, not fearful

The Toronto Star - Nov. 21, 2012
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Recap of our Difference Makers Campaign

During Food Allergy Awareness Month, we celebrated everyday Canadians who understand the seriousness of allergies and make an effort to keep those at risk safe. Read their inspiring stories.
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Online Peer Mentorship Pilot Study

Anaphylaxis Canada is looking for children (age 7-11) and youth (age 12-15) to participate in an online peer mentorship pilot study.
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Anaphylaxis Canada welcome General Mills as a new Corporate Partner


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Update on Precautionary Labelling in Canada

Health Canada and the CFIA recommend the use of only one precautionary statement on food labels: "May Contain"


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Law to Protect Quebec Students with Food Allergies and Asthma

Anaphylaxis Canada writes to the Ministers of Health and Education


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Online Anaphylaxis Course Wins Two Awards


Interactive course receives recognition from the Canadian Society of Training and Development.
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Anaphylaxis Canada enlists a dragon for Halloween food allergy awareness campaign

Dragons’ Den star Bruce Croxon joins organization as public ambassador.


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Loblaw Pharmacy Launches Food Allergy Management Assessment Program

To help educate consumers about food allergies and emergency preparedness.


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Watch Anaphylaxis Canada's new Public Service Announcement

New "First Kiss" public service announcement helps to create awareness for anaphylaxis.


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