Food Allergy Canada is a nationally registered charity committed to educating, supporting, and advocating for the more than 3 million Canadians impacted by food allergy.

There is still time to reach out to your MP! Read our update and download a letter.

We spoke on the need for food allergy literacy with an article in the Toronto Star. Read the article.

Participate in our webinar to find out how these trends may impact you and how to navigate them safely. Register now.

Check out teal light photos from the community and learn how to spread awareness all year long! Read more.

Mark your calendar and learn about the different ways to give. Learn more.

Take part in 3 important studies:

If you are a parent of a child with food allergy, or an adult with food allergy, participate in a survey on managing food allergy during COVID-19.

Has your child with food allergy received virtual care during COVID-19? If so, participate in this survey.

Participate in a survey on the psychological health needs of living with food allergy and access to care.

Is it okay to wait and see before administering epinephrine when having symptoms of anaphylaxis? Find out now.

Watch this informative 4-minute video showing an 11-month-old girl experiencing anaphylaxis during an oral food challenge and the use of an EpiPen Jr® to safely treat her reaction. 

Join us for a webinar on plant-based food trends and the impact to those with food allergy. You'll hear from research scientist Dr. Jennifer Protudjer and our food safety expert Beatrice Povolo. Don't miss out! Register now.

Watch our videos to help you learn real facts and information directly from food allergy experts.

Next sessions are November 7th and 24th. Register now to save your spot.

Find a support group and connect online. Dresden: Check out the upcoming Dresden Area Allergy Support Group meeting happening on November 25th.

This month, Dr. Upton answers your questions about epinephrine and treating anaphylactic reactions.

Do you have a question you would like to ask Dr. Upton in the months to come? Send it to us at [email protected]

This month, Kirstin answers dietary questions related to EoE, a type of food allergy that affects the gastrointestinal/digestive tract. 

Do you have a question you would like to ask a dietitian in the months to come? Send it to us at [email protected].

Hear real stories and tips from members of our Youth Advisory Panel on managing food allergy as a youth/young adult.

A big thank you to Agnes, Bryan, Harrison, Giulia, Ella and Emily Rose, for sharing your experiences and insight with us! 

Check out the videos and share with youth who may benefit.

Mark your calendar for December 1st! Giving Tuesday is an annual tradition dedicated to supporting charities through giving and volunteering.
Please consider Food Allergy Canada in your Giving Tuesday plans. With your generous contributions, we can continue our sustainable educational programming, advocate for change, and provide life-changing support for the over 3 million Canadians impacted by food allergy.