Here’s the latest on the debate of Anaphylaxis Motion M-230. We are excited that a vote will take place in the full House of Commons on May 22, 2013 at approximately 5:30pm. We expect the Motion to pass. What will that mean? Read more
EpiPens Available on all Mississauga Fire Trucks - May 08, 2013
Today during City Council, Mississauga Fire and Emergency Services announced that all fire trucks operating in Mississauga will carry EpiPens and firefighters are authorized to provide assistance to anyone that requires it. Read more
Click here to read the letter from Anaphaylaxis Canada regarding Motion 230.
Peanut/Nut Controlled Section Available for 6 Games
(from Blue Jays press release)
At these games, fans with peanut/nut allergies can purchase tickets to a special section in the 200-level outfield, dubbed the Peanut Controlled Zone, where nuts will be restricted. Read more
Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association partners with EpiPen® to educate members about food allergens
February 21, 2013
TORONTO – The Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association (CRFA) is working with the Canadian distributor of EpiPen auto-injectors to better serve the estimated 1.3 million Canadians with food allergies when they dine at restaurants. Read more
May 30th, 2012
Mississauga, Ontario – Bob Dechert, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Member of Parliament for Mississauga-Erindale made a statement in the House of Commons today:
Mr. Bob Dechert (Mississauga—Erindale, CPC): “I stand today to bring attention to national anaphylaxis month.
Many Canadians live with a severe allergic condition that causes them to pay constant attention to what they eat, and even sometimes what they touch. They live everyday with the worry of being only one mistake away from a potentially life threatening accident.