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1. Jack Stuart is headed for Capitol Hill!

14- year- old Vancouver native and long-time JDRF advocate, Jack Stuart is packing his bags and heading for Capitol Hill. Jack was selected to be one of 160 children from around the world to visit Washington, D.C., for the JDRF 2015 Children’s Congress taking place from Jul...

2. 14-Year-Old from Vancouver to Represent Canada at JDRF 2015 Children's Congress

Jack, 14 of Vancouver, has big plans for this summer. He has been selected by JDRF to join 160 other children from around the world in Washington, D.C., to remind U.S. Members of Congress of the vital need to continue supporting research that aims to reduce the burden they all share of liv...

3. Megan updates us from 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.

4. JDRF Canada to Send Delegate to Washington, D.C. for JDRF 2013 Children's Congress

TORONTO (April 24, 2013) – Megan Beamish, age 14, will represent Canada as one of six delegates from around the world selected to attend the JDRF 2013 Children’s Congress in Washington, D.C., United States, from July 8 to 10, 2013. Megan, selected by JDRF’s Canadian affiliate, will...

5. A United Voice in Search for a Cure - An Experience of a Lifetime!

Myriam Paquin Individual living with type 1 diabetes, JDRF Ambassador My name is Myriam Paquin and I was selected to be JDRF Canada’s delegate to attend JDRF International’s Children’s Congress which took place in Washington. D.C.

6. Quebec City Teen to represent Canada in Washington, D.C. as Delegate for JDRF's Children's Congress 2011

TORONTO, Canada, June 20, 2011 – Myriam Paquin, 13, is one of seven children from around the world selected to attend JDRF’s Children’s Congress 2011 in Washington, D.C., United States, on June 20 to 22, 2011. Myriam, representing JDRF’s Canadian affiliate, will join 150 dele...

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