Ontario makes it stop. For life.

The Ontario Region takes in a large collection of towns and cities that are home to a diverse and ever-growing population. Ontario is the home of a strong community of volunteers, donors and sponsors, as well as an innovative team of researchers and healthcare professionals. These people are the heart and soul of our organization, and there are so many exciting ways to get involved! Every volunteer, donor, researcher and sponsor helps us to improve the lives of those affected by Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, and brings us closer to finding cures.

We welcome newcomers – contact us today and, together, we’ll make it stop. For life.

Ontario Regional Director
Jacqueline Alvarez
416-920-5035 ext. 240

Development Coordinator, Greater Toronto Area (GTA)
Tammy Simon
416-920-5035 ext. 218

Development Coordinator, Central Ontario
Shelby Hemingway
416-920-5035 ext. 239

Development Coordinator, Southwestern Ontario
Nicole Brandow

Development Coordinator, Eastern Ontario
Sherry Pang
613-806-7956

York Region Chapter Meeting

Join us at a York Chapter Meeting to meet others in our community who are taking on Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis. We share stories, learn from our experiences, and generally have a good ...

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Bayview Community Centre; 114 Spadina Rd, Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 2Y9
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London Chapter Meeting

The London Chapter of Crohn's and Colitis Canada meets on the third Thursday of every month, from September to June. Come on out to meet and connect with others living with, or supporting someone with, Crohn's disease or colitis! Join us to find out what is coming up in your community, from education events, to social opportunities and more! For more information please contact Nicole
Directions

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Kensington Village, Friendship Room 1340 Huron Street, London, ON N5V 3R3
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Kingston Frontenacs vs North Bay Battalion



JOIN the Kingston Crohn's and colitis community as we cheer on the hometown Frontenacs in a fundraiser supporting valuable research and patient programs!  

DISCOUNTED TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE HERE FOR $16/each
 
Tickets will be available for pick up at the box office as people enter for the game. They will also be available to be picked up beforehand starting March 14th.

Note:  the link will show the ticket category as "Minor Hockey" that is just the title of the discounted ticket price.
 
Everyone who purchases tickets in support of Crohn's and Colitis Canada will be placed in a section together so let's all wear GUTSY gear to the game!
 
Look for our volunteers selling CHUCK-a-PEPS on the concourse - be sure to get yours and join in on the fun! 

For further information: kingston@crohnsandcolitis.ca or 1-800-387-1479 ext.266
 

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Rogers K-Rock Centre
Kingston
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Niagara IceDogs for Crohn's and Colitis

On March 17, spend St. Patrick’s Day with the Niagara IceDogs as they face-off against the Mississauga Steelheads in support of Crohn’s and Colitis Canada.  Join in on the fun with ...

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Meridian Centre; 1 IceDogs Way, St. Catharines
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Windsor Chapter Meeting

The Windsor Chapter of Crohn's and Colitis Canada meets on the third Wednesday of every month, from September to June. Come on out to meet and connect with others living with, or supporting someone with, Crohn's disease or colitis! Join us to find out what is coming up in your community, from education events, to social opportunities and more! For more information please contact Nicole

Directions

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*New Location* Xperience Home Health Care 55 Edinborough St Unit 130, Windsor, ON N8X 3C3
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Brews Toronto

On March 24, 2018, Crohn’s and Colitis Canada will host our 2nd Annual Brews fundraiser. Join us for one of a kind craft beers and ciders, delicious canapes and a special silent auction all in support of Crohn’s and Colitis Canada. This must-attend mix and mingle, fundraising event for Toronto’s young professionals takes place at the trendy Canvas Event Space and we invite you to join us!

At the heart of the evening is community-oriented philanthropy – brave and gutsy young professionals raising critical and urgent funds on behalf of the 250,000 Canadians who live with these terrible diseases.

For event details and to purchase tickets, please click here.

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Canvas Event Space 1381 Castlefield Ave.
Toronto
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Niagara Region Chapter Meeting

Join us at a Niagara Chapter Meeting to meet others in our community who are taking on Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis. We share stories, learn from our experiences, and generally have a ...

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Real Canadian Superstore; 411 Louth Street, St. Catharines L2S4A2
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Hamilton Chapter Meeting

The Hamilton Chapter of Crohn's and Colitis Canada meets on the fourth Tuesday of every month, from September to June. Come on out to meet and connect with others living with, or supporting someone with, Crohn's disease or colitis! Join us to find out what is coming up in your community, from education events, to social opportunities and more! For more information please contact Nicole

Directions

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Fortino's, Community Room 1579 Main St W, Hamilton, ON L8S 1E6
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Gutsy Walk Planning Meeting

The Gutsy Walk is Crohn's and Colitis Canada's signature, national fundraising event. We invite you to join us and help plan a great day of fun, camaraderie and fundraising for our Ottawa-Gatineau participants! Open to anyone who would like to get involved. 

To RSVP or for more information please contact Sherry Pang at spang@crohnsandcolitis.ca or call 613-806-7956

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Dymon Storage - boardroom 1554 Carling Ave
Ottawa
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Newly Diagnosed Webinar

Do you have questions, or want to learn more about Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis? If your answer is yes, this webinar is for you! Join us from anywhere you have internet access on March ...

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Online
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600-60 St. Clair Avenue East
Toronto, ON M4T 1N5

416-920-5035 or 1-800-387-1479

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