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CELEBRATING OUR 50 YEAR HISTORY

50 years ago little was known about celiac disease and the gluten free diet.

Fast forward to today and both the disease and diet are firmly on the worldwide map. Thanks to our founders and the work of the charity ever since, almost 40,000 diagnosed people in Canada now live a better way of life thanks to improved recognition and diagnosis of the disease and ongoing improvements to the gluten-free diet.

We have much to celebrate in terms of our achievements and the amazing work of our volunteering community over the past 50 years.

We’ll be featuring stories and snippets of the past 50 years in 2023 editions of Canadian Celiac Magazine and on our website as well as social media. We’re also gearing up to get more support for our research activities so we’ll keep you informed on how you can help us do that.

Christine Nesbitt, Canadian Olympic Gold Medalist, is raising awareness of celiac disease across Canada

Help us Celebrate

Help us celebrate our passionate and committed community and our food and health professional networks who have campaigned, fundraised and worked alongside us to make incredible innovations and improvements to living gluten free and making sure celiac disease has become a recognized and treatable condition.

Get in touch with pictures, stories and more

Have you been with us since 1973? Or are you also turning 50 next year? Do you have a story to tell about what it was like living gluten free all those years ago? Please send us stories, photos and anything you think might interest our community and help us really celebrate our history.

Send your photos and stories to:

communications@celiac.ca or 1450 Meyerside Drive, Suite 503, Mississauga, ON L5T 2N5, Canada.

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