Press Releases

Anaphylaxis Canada Press Releases:

Anaphylaxis Canada launches innovative online course to help educators be Allergy Aware and keep students safe at school.
Anaphylaxie Canada lance un cours en ligne novateur pour aider les éducateurs à se sensibiliser aux allergies et à assurer la sécurité des élèves à l’école.
City of Hamilton launches stock epinephrine auto-injector pilot project at Jackson Square mall. Security guards to carry epinephrine auto-injectors.
Anaphylaxis Canada is proud to be named once again the charity of choice by Canadian race car driver Alex Tagliani. Announcing The Summer of TAG (Treating Allergies with Genuine Care) 2014 (French)
Food allergy app for teens now available on iPhone and other devices
Anaphylaxis Canada partners with Ontario Government to keep students at risk for anaphylaxis safe at school
New smartphone app for youth at-risk for anaphylaxis
New Canadian study looks at challenges faced by families of children recently diagnosed with a food allergy
EpiPen® partners with Indy Race Car driver Alex Tagliani to launch The Summer of TAGin support of Anaphylaxis Canada (French)
Anaphylaxis Canada Executive Director awarded The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Meda
Important day for people with food allergies as new food labelling regulations come into force August 4th
 Online Anaphylaxis Course Wins Two Awards
Anaphylaxis Canada enlists a dragon for Halloween food allergy awareness campaign
Think F.A.S.T. Do you know what to do if your child´s friend has an allergic reaction?
Statement from Anaphylaxis Canada in response to Minister of Health´s announcement on food labelling
Seventy percent of Canadians support no exemptions to proposed food labelling regulations for allergic and celiac consumers
Media Advisory - Consumer and health advocates to call on Prime Minister to listen to people at risk of life-threatening reactions, not just the brewery industry on proposed food labelling regulations
Federal government urged to act in the "public interest" and reject last minute industry efforts to scrap food labelling changes
New video series launched to help teens manage food allergies
Prime Minister Harper urged to keep government´s promise to Canadian families dealing with severe food allergies.
Anaphylaxis Canada launches Food Allergy Awareness Month with annual conference reviewing latest food allergy research
New evidence food allergies growing among children


Press Releases where AC is quoted or referenced:

Allergies Count Too, (ACT) NOW

EpiPen® marketer King Pharmaceuticals Canada teams up with West Jet to equip airline´s fleet with EpiPen® auto-injectors®

Peanut Allergy Alert: Quaker Canada urges public to take note of recall of 14 count Quaker Chewy Granola Bars value packs

Peanut Allergy Alert: Quaker Canada issues national voluntary recall of 14 count Quaker Chewy Granola Bars value packs due to possible carton mis-labelling

Think F.A.S.T: Do you know what to do if your child´s friend has an allergic reaction?

President´s Choice® and No Name® peanut-free products are an easy solution for families with peanut allergy

Canadian Olympic freestyle skier defies gravity and a life-threatening allergy

New study shows most Canadians not prepared for potentially fatal allergic reactions

Media Advisory - Allergy awareness and preparedness study to be released tomorrow