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Looking for information you can trust about managing diabetes? At Diabetes Canada, we often hear how overwhelming a diagnosis can be. The good news is that we’re here to help you navigate the condition and to provide credible resources you can count on. 

The basics

Where to start? With a general overview of diabetes and information on staying healthy. 


Your diet is an important part of diabetes management. 

Physical Activity

Staying active and managing your weight can help in effectively managing your blood sugar. 

Tracking tools

Your diabetes team is an essential part of your diabetes management. Keep yourself and them up to date on the information they need to best support you. 

Other helpful resources

How 2 Type 1 

This video series provides support, knowledge, expert advice, and actionable steps to help you and others in the type 1 diabetes community thrive. 


Virtual Diabetes Education Program 

Learn about diabetes management in this online program featuring diabetes experts.  


Ask The Experts 

Get the scoop on everything from intermittent fasting to mental wellness to vaccinations and diabetes in these short videos.   



Check out our presentations covering a wide range of topics.  


Diabetes Open Hours 

Register for our virtual live Q&A-style themed sessions with a healthcare expert.  


Diabetes Deep Dives 

Use the practical tips and tools you’ll gain in this video series that explores your burning questions about diabetes.   


Diabetes Canada Podcast 

Hear from those affected by the disease to those working to find better treatments and ultimately a cure in our award-winning podcast.  


Hope Air 

If you ever need medical care far from home, visit Canada's only national charity offering free travel and accommodations for Canadians in financial need.  


Want more information about our programs and services? 

Our knowledgeable information and referral specialists are available to answer your questions or connect you with local resources in your area Monday to Friday from  
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (ET). 


Remember, you are not alone. In addition to the support and services provided by Diabetes Canada, regular contact with your healthcare team is important. If you haven’t done so already, speak with your health professional about visiting a Diabetes Education Centre, a registered dietitian and ask about how other healthcare professionals can be a part of your team.