JDRF celebrates Health Canada's new licence for technology that will improve the lives of people with type 1 diabetes
Approval of Canada’s first Hybrid Closed-Loop System will help Canadians with type 1 diabetes keep their blood sugar levels in an optimal range for a greater amount of time
JDRF Canada welcomes Senate report on "Breaking Down Barriers" for Canadians with Disabilities in accessing the Disability Tax Credit and Registered Disability Savings Plan
JDRF Canada welcomes a report released today by the Senate Standing Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology entitled: “Breaking Down Barriers, a critical analysis of the Disability Tax Credit and the Registered Disability Savings Plan”.
JDRF Canada applauds BC government's decision to provide insulin pumps to people of all ages who live with type 1 diabetes
JDRF Canada applauds the British Columbia government’s announcement today extending the province’s current insulin pump program to all ages.
Sun Life Financial grows efforts to fight type 1 diabetes in Canada with title sponsorship of the JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes
Sponsorship supports growth of type 1 diabetes research and awareness, building upon Sun Life Financial’s $22 million global investment to date
Innovative health research projects will advance treatment and management of the disease
Max Domi - NHL player living with type 1 diabetes - will support JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes events across Canada, raising funds to accelerate the pace of type 1 diabetes research Bell Media becomes National Media Sponsor to amplify JDRF fundraising campaigns
Reinstating pre-May 2017 policies shows government was listening to type 1 diabetes community
Internal CRA documents show intent to deny the disability tax credit to Canadians with type 1 diabetes
Diabetes Canada and JDRF join in expressing disappointment after receiving a copy of an internal Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) email demonstrating that a decision was made and communicated internally on May 2nd, 2017 to begin systematically denying type 1 diabetes patients who apply for the Disability ...
JDRF and our T1D Heroes feel that Manitoba should follow the lead of Alberta, Ontario, Nunavut, North West Territories, and Yukon – provinces and territories which already cover insulin pump costs for all residents.
Ford Motor Company and JDRF Canada are pleased to announce that Ford Windsor Operations has raised a cumulative total of over $1 million for the JDRF TELUS Walk to Cure Diabetes.