Health Canada has recalled a single lot of Eli Lilly Glucagon, as it may be contaminated. The lot number is D239382A, expiry May 10, 2022. Please check your glucagon kits and return […]
This past spring, the province committed to providing public coverage for advanced glucose monitors, including continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) and flash glucose monitoring (Flash GM) for people with T1D up […]
JDRF Canada and Brain Canada are pleased to announce the JDRF Canada – Brain Canada Addressing Mental Health in Type 1 Diabetes Team Grants, a new funding opportunity for Canadian researchers that aims to […]
“JDRF is grateful for the leadership the BC government has shown in taking this step towards Access for All and moving to cover continuous glucose monitoring under BC Pharmacare,” said […]
NEWS RELEASE TORONTO, ON — June 3, 2021 – The Sun Life Walk to Cure Diabetes for JDRF is the largest fundraising event in Canada that rallies the type 1 […]
Funding commitment helps remove barriers to life-saving technology for Canadians living with type 1 diabetes
TD Bank Group supports JDRF’s Access for All program through the TD Ready Commitment. May 26, 2021 – Each day, as many as 300,000 Canadians living with type 1 diabetes (T1D) will […]
JDRF Canada is grateful to the Government of Canada for its commitment to honouring the centenary of the discovery of insulin in the 2021 federal budget. The budget proposes an […]
Wednesday, April 7, 2021, Toronto, ON – “JDRF Canada applauds this week’s provincial government announcements out of Saskatchewan and Manitoba, which are expanding access to insulin pumps and continuous and flash […]
Diabetes Canada is joined by JDRF Canada and Type 1 Together in expressing disappointment with the recommendations recently published by British Columbia’s Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Committee.
Understanding how challenging and unpredictable the COVID-19 pandemic is, especially for those impacted by type 1 diabetes (T1D), JDRF Canada continues to ensure that you have the credible and reliable information you need to help you better navigate the various and complex issues that are constantly arising.
Almost four in ten Canadians (38%) surveyed, who have been clinically diagnosed with a chronic disease, say they are avoiding the health care system altogether during the pandemic.
JDRF Access For All Events Bring Together B.C.’s Type 1 Diabetes Community, Clinicians, and Elected Officials to Discuss Life-Changing Technologies
JDRF Canada is hosting a series of virtual community forums to address the need for access to affordable type 1 diabetes (T1D) technologies for the more than 300,000 Canadians living with the disease who are otherwise burdened with crushing out-of-pocket costs that can amount to up to $15,000 every year per person.