Why carbohydrate counting should be explicitly allowed for Disability Tax Credit eligibility. A joint submission with Diabetes Canada.
We're opening submissions for Kids for a Cure 2018, an exciting advocacy initiative in which JDRF gets youth from across Canada together to impact the future of diabetes research.
Great news for Ontario youth! Insulin, diabetes test strips and other prescriptions are now free for Ontarians who are 24 and under.
Kids for a Cure Awareness Day is going to change my life! I will finally be able to talk about T1D with MP’s in Ottawa on Parliament Hill. They will get the chance to hear my story and learn what a 12 year old boy is doing to fund research and how they can help too!
Check us out on Parliament Hill - Kids for a Cure Awareness Day is the largest and most impactful type 1 diabetes (T1D) awareness campaign in Canada driven by children.
No one can deny my 16-year-old grandson, Daymon Blackport, has a huge passion for soccer. Born and raised in London, Ontario, Daymon has been playing the sport for 11 years, and with type 1 diabetes (T1D), for eight. He started out playing defense, but has been a striker/winger/attacking ...
I was diagnosed on Boxing Day, 1984, the day after Christmas in New Glasgow, NS at the Aberdeen Hospital. It is a day that holds many emotional memories for me. I have lived with type 1 diabetes (T1D) for 29 years.
Megan Beamish provides an update and reflection on her experience attending Children’s Congress 2013.
Megan Beamish provides an update from Washington DC, as she represents JDRF Canada as an international delegate at Children’s Congress 2013.
As captain of “Team SohmerStein” I proudly participate in the annual TELUS Walk to Cure Diabetes in support of JDRF! Do you?