Food Allergy Canada is a nationally registered charity committed to educating, supporting, and advocating for the more than 2.6 million Canadians with food allergy.
January 2020
Check out our 2019 year in review to learn what we accomplished last year on your behalf and what our goals are for 2020. Plus save the date and join us for our national conference on May 30, 2020 in Toronto, Ontario.
Applications are now open for our community awards! Learn more about our awards/grants, share with those eligible, and apply early.
Brush up on your food allergy knowledge and share with others so they know how to help keep you and your family safe. Various resources are available, including videos, online courses, and a teen handbook!

Watch the Anaphylaxis 101 video
Check out what's new in food allergy research! Read a study showing how 40% of people with peanut allergy can eat tree nuts but choose not to, and another study on the relationship between air pollution exposure in early pregnancy and a baby’s risk of developing allergies. Also, learn more about the Enquiring About Tolerance (EAT) study.
Read this month's mythbuster: Do allergic reactions worsen with each exposure to an allergen?


The free 8-week online winter session begins January 25th. Sign up your kids for our 8-week online mentorship program. The program is available for kids between the ages of 7-15. Register today!

Watch our overview video to learn how the program works and how your child can benefit.
Managing food allergy and anaphylaxis. These sessions are a must for parents of newly diagnosed children and are filling up fast. Register now!
Check out the upcoming support group meetings and learn about our support group leaders from across the country.

Sarah and Marni from TAEG
Dr. Upton
Ask the allergist is our regular newsletter feature where Dr. Julia Upton answers your questions! 

This month she answers a question about food allergy testing.


Do you have a question you would like to ask Dr. Upton for our upcoming Ask the expert newsletter series? Send it to us at info@foodallergycanada.ca.
Allergy Pals/Allies mentors speak out on how this program makes an impact
We have an incredible team of passionate and dedicated mentors for our popular Allergy Pals/Allies online mentorship program for kids.

This month we feature mentors Alyssa, Ashlee, and Lauren. Check out their testimonials and learn why they like being an Allergy Pals mentor.

Our 2020 new year’s resolution: to create a better #FoodAllergyFuture. Help us meet our goals.
This year, our focus will be on continuing our advocacy and education initiatives to help create a better #FoodAllergyFuture.

Read about our 2020 goals and how you can help us reach them!