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Gluten Free Ireland

Ever wanted to visit the Emerald Isle but didn’t feel safe enough to travel gluten-free? Well now you can with a specially curated trip of gluten-free catering. Must book by April 30th to make up enough numbers for the trip to go ahead.

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Kids Teach Kids

Let’s get kids and their schools involved on May 16th for International Celiac Disease Awareness Day, part of May’s month-long campaign. Encourage class to dress in ‘celiac green’, use our educational tools to find out about celiac disease and get free brownies for the class from O’Doughs.

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Gluten Free Cruise Moselle

Are you a discerning traveler who loves to discover new destinations and enjoys indulging in delicious gluten-free cuisine? Your search ends here. Embark on an unparalleled journey along the Rhine and Moselle River, where you’ll not only be treated to stunning scenery but also to worry-free dining experiences tailored to those with celiac dietary requirements.

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Wyatt’s story

Toddler Wyatt nearly died, but then learned how to thrive with celiac disease. Read the full appeal and his story – the reason why donations to Celiac Canada are vital to help us find, treat and cure celiac disease.

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Gluten-Free Food Guide for Children & Youth

The long-awaited Gluten-Free Food Guide for Children and Youth, crafted by Drs. Diana Mager and Justine Turner’s CONQUER Research Team at the University of Alberta, is officially here!

The gluten free diet (GFD) is currently the only treatment of Celiac Disease (CD).

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