You're not alone: the Kingston area has a vibrant Crohn’s and colitis community, made up of people with inflammatory bowel disease, families, volunteers, and more. Throughout the year, we come together at meetings and events like the Gutsy Walk to share experiences, raise funds and heighten awareness.

There are an estimated 1,100 people with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis in the Kingston area. We understand the challenges you and your family may be facing – because we face them, too.

Gutsy Learning Series

Crohn’s and Colitis Canada in partnership with McMaster University, offers you the opportunity to learn more about the latest in Crohn’s and colitis, including research, therapeutic ...

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McMaster University Medical Centre – Michael G. DeGroote Centre for Learning and Discovery, MDCL 2232 Medical 2rd floor, 1280 Main Street West
Hamilton
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During November, Crohn's and Colitis Canada is focusing on two central themes: access to medications and washroom access

Crohn's and Colitis Canada celebrates new treatment options, advocates against forced switch

AbbVie IBD Scholarship recipients empower Canadians living with Crohn's and colitis

Research at U of A and UClagary developing new therapies to curtail steroid use as a part of PACE

Largest turnout in Gutsy Walk history shows Canadians have the guts to make it stop. For life.

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