REPOST – (from Feb 14, 2011) Today, the Honourable Leona Aglukkaq, Minister of Health, the Honourable Denis Lebel, Minister of State (Economic Development Agency of for the Regions of Quebec), along with Rick Dykstra, Member of Parliament for St. Catharines and Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration and Niagara West-Glanbrook Member of Parliament Dean Allison, announced regulations to strengthen Canada’s labelling of food allergens and gluten sources. Read more
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Essentially, CAI is an awareness drive – and we can all take part. If you are anaphylactic, or care for a loved one with severe allergies, then you can help make Canada a safer place.
Our families are asking everyone who wants to see government action on severe allergy issues to contact their local Member(s) of Parliament. Write. E-mail. Phone. Visit.
Get involved now. Let us know what you are doing, and how you are helping raise awareness and supporting CAI’s activities inOttawa. Tell your network of friends and e-mail databases of CAI’s website and efforts. Encourage other families to become informed and get involved.
Please consider sending an e-mail, or posting to your Facebook page or your blog with a direct link to us. Help people find us – help people get involved.
Everyone can help: contact your Member of Parliament today! Our idea and mission is for Canadian families to raise awareness of anaphylaxis issues on Parliament Hill and with federal government officials inOttawa.
Utilize your Facebook page, blog, Twitter account, and LinkedIn profile to share news about Motion M-230 and the 5-point policy request. Join our efforts and encourage others to do so too.
This winter, across Canada, there is a group of concerned individuals who are contacting MPs to relate to them personal accounts of the trials families face in dealing with anaphylaxis – and to ask for their support for Motion 230.
We are asking everyone who wants to see action on severe allergy issues to contact their local Member(s) of Parliament. Write. E-mail. Phone. Visit.