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 x 240

Greater Toronto Area
Tammy Simon
Development Coordinator, GTA
416-920-5035 x 218 

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

Northern Ontario
Jacqueline Alvarez
416-920-5035 x 240

Southwestern Ontario
Nicole Brandow
Development Coordinator, Southwestern Ontario
 

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

Education Event: What's New in Research & Treatment in IBD

Keynote speaker Dr. Mark Ropeleski, GI   Please join us for this FREE Education Event open to everyone interested in learning more about research and treatments in Crohn's disease and ...

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Ongwanada Resource Centre Auditorium, 191 Portsmouth Avenue
Kingston
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Let's Do Brunch Toronto

Developed as a way to provide awareness of Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis in local communities across Canada, Let's Do Brunch! is Crohn's and Colitis Canada's tastiest fall ...

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Delivery zone: Delivery zone: Hwy #7 to Lake Ontario and Kipling Ave. to Port Union Rd.
Toronto
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Niagara Region Chapter Meeting

The Niagara Chapter of Crohn's and Colitis Canada meets on the fourth Monday of every month, from September to June. Come on out to meet and connect with others living with, or supporting someone ...

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Real Canadian Superstore 411 Louth Street, St. Catharines
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Hamilton IBD Information Night

Are you or a love done newly diagnosed with IBD?Are you looking to connect with the Hamilton IBD Community? Join us for a FREE Information Night! Learn more about monthly peer support meetings ...

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Hamilton Public Library Westdale Branch, 955 King Street W
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Youth & Young Adult IBD Awareness Movie Night

Admission to the event is free, but donations gladly accepted and appreciated. Snacks/drinks will be sold at a small cost - all proceeds go to Crohn's and Colitis Canada.    We will be ...

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Room 2005 University of Ottawa Roger Guindon Hall 451
Ottawa
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Simcoe County Education Event

Join us on November 29th for a FREE Eduction Event 'Steps to Help Your Flare and Heal Your Gut' Presented by Alyssa Labrecque Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Soul Food Nutritionista To ...

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Travelodge Barrie; 300 Bayfield Street
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Gutsy Learning Series Fall 2017

Living with Crohn’s or colitis is complicated.
 
The most common symptoms of abdominal pain, fatigue, and diarrhea are hard enough to live with, but throw complications like fistulas, reduced bone density or cancer into the mix, and things can start to sound a little daunting. Our expert speakers will help you understand what to expect and how you can manage your disease.
 
Take charge of your health by joining us on Thursday, November 30 from 6:30-8 pm EST for our Fall 2017 Gutsy Learning Series, an innovative patient learning experience. 
 
Whether you’re attending in person at McMaster University in Hamilton or registering to watch the live webcast, you’ll have the opportunity to listen to an engaging talk by Crohn’s and colitis experts as well as participate in our live Q&A session following the presentations.

Register today for this FREE event!

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Webinar
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Viewing Event-Gutsy Learning Series

The Windsor Chapter for Crohn's and Colitis Canada is excited to be offering a free live local screening of the November Gutsy Learning Series - Managing Complications of IBD.

While the talk will take place at McMaster University, the event will be brought to the community of Windsor via a live Webcast. Join us for an evening of socializing and learning as we connect with the National IBD community!

Living with Crohn's or colitis is complicated. The most common symptoms of abdominal pain, fatigue, and diarrhea are hard enough to live with, but throw complications like fistulas, reduced bone density or cancer into the mix, and things can start to sound a little daunting. Our expert speakers will help you understand what to expect and how you can manage your disease. 
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Xperience Home Health Care, 55 Edinborough St Unit 130,
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Education Event: Biologic Treatments in IBD

GUEST SPEAKER: Dr. Sanjay Murthy, Gastroenterologist, Ottawa Hospital Please join us for this FREE Education Event open to everyone interested in learning more about biologic treatments in Crohn' ...

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The Royal Ottawa—Room 1424 1145 Carling Ave, Ottawa
Ottawa
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Toronto, ON M4T 1N5

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News

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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