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GF 101: Navigating the gluten-free diet webinars

Join CCA Registered Dietitian Gauri Bawa for our one-hour FREE webinar on how to navigate the gluten-free diet. Perfect for individuals or caregivers of  people who are newly diagnosed.

Date:  Monday, December 16, 2019
Time: 8:30-9:30 pm Eastern
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Date:  Jan 21, 2020 
Time: 5 – 6 pm Eastern
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Celiac disease and the tax credit

The CCA is offering 2 free webinars presented by Lynda Marie Neilson, CCA and CVITP (Revenue Canada Tax preparer) volunteer on the “Incremental Food Cost Medical Expense Deduction” for those with Celiac Disease. This presentation will cover the history of the expense, definition of the claim, what is considered GF, how to do the calculations and some helpful hints to allow you to complete your 2019 expense and start the 2020 year off right!

May Contain: Navigating Precautionary & GF Labels in Canada

Did you miss our webinar? Fill out the form below to request a copy. (Please note it may take up to one week to process).

CCA sponsored a market research survey in the spring of 2019 to understand the level of understanding and confusion surrounding precautionary labelling in Canada. Initial results were presented at CCA’s State of Celiac and Gluten Free Leadership Forum. Join CCA Professional Advisory Council member, Shelley Case, for full overview of the results of the study and learn tips on how to read labels and navigate your local grocery stores.

CCA Facebook Live with ….

Join CCA Live on our CCA Facebook Group to get insights, tips and information from our guest contributors. Each session will feature a micro-topic to help you improve your quality of life, learn to better manage your gluten-free life and more. We are also looking for topic suggestions so email us at 

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