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  • Simply QUEEN Live Tribute

    Live tribute band, Simply QUEEN, plays iconic songs in support of the Canadian Diabetes Association

    January 20, 2017 7:30 PM (Eastern Time) | Windsor , Ontario

  • The Meal

    Talented chefs from the London area will once again serve a feast of culinary delights in support of the Canadian Diabetes Association. Now in its 35th year, The Meal is a unique culinary experience.

    April 23, 2017 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM (Eastern Time) | London, Ontario

  • D-Camps

    The CDA operates camps across nine provinces for children living with type 1 diabetes. Each camp offers a unique array of activities that make use of the facilities and natural environment.

    Ongoing | National

  • Community Pharmacy Outreach Program

    The Canadian Diabetes Association partners with community pharmacies across the country to provide CDA resources and events.

    Ongoing | National

  • South Asian Diabetes Awareness Committee

    The CDA is working in partnership with the South Asian community in Northern Alberta and the Northwest Territories to address culturally specific diabetes awareness and education.

    Ongoing | Alberta, Northwest Territories

  • Ontario Monitoring for Health Program

    This program is designed to help Ontarians with diabetes who use insulin or have gestational diabetes, and have no coverage for their diabetes testing supplies.

    Ongoing | Toronto, Ontario

  • Diabetes First Steps Program

    A free educational session for people newly diagnosed with pre-diabetes or diabetes. (Niagara and Hamilton regions)

    Ongoing | Ontario

  • Chinese Info Line and Services

    A toll-free telephone line to respond to general diabetes questions in Mandarin and Cantonese, three days per week.

    Ongoing | British Columbia

  • Red River and Heritage CO-OP Gas Bars

    Fill up on gas, donate to the cause!

    Ongoing | Manitoba

  • Travelling Diabetes Resource Program in Saskatchewan

    Distance is a major barrier in serving people affected by diabetes in remote areas. This program aims to reach under-served Saskatchewan communities, where diabetes is most prevalent.

    Ongoing | Saskatchewan