Welcome to the Toronto branch of the CCA
We would like to thank the generous donors from our chapter who made this site possible.
We hope this site provides useful information for our members as well as for visitors to our city. We would also like to express our appreciation to all the dedicated volunteers who work so hard to raise awareness of celiac disease and help others to overcome the initial obstacles after diagnosis and learn to thrive.
Visit the Canadian Celiac Association national organization website for more information about CCA
Little Miss Celiac T-Shirts
Support the Celiac Association and help with celiac awareness buy purchasing and wearing your Little Miss Celiac t-shirt.
Help spread the word, buy a t-shirt and wear it with pride, good health and happiness!!
Click here for more information.
Joni’s Gluten-free Kitchen
Joni’s GF Kitchen is the place to find recipes and to forward questions regarding gluten free recipes.
Visit Joni’s Gluten-Free Kitchen and check out the yummy gluten-free recipes today!
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Most Recent Blog Post
Research Study Looking for Participants to Complete Survey
A Masters Student in the Behavioural Health Sciences Research Lab in the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences at Brock University is conducting a research study entitled “A Life without Wheat: Dietary Adherence, Physical Activity and Motives”, to look at individuals living on a gluten-free diet, their dietary adherence, physical activity levels and the reasons why they engage in these lifestyle behaviours.
This study involves responding to a series of online questionnaires on a secured site that will take approximately 15 minutes of your time.
To participate in this study you must be: (a) self-identified as living on a gluten-free diet, (b) have consented to participate, (c) between the ages of 18-64, (d) must be able to understand and speak English, (e) willing to complete a series of questionnaires and, (f) must have access to both a computer and Internet.
February 20 is the deadline to complete the survey.
Survey Link: http://fluidsurveys.com/surveys/dmack/amy-thesis/
New Guidelines on Oats Consumption
The Canadian Celiac Association’s Professional Advisory Board has issued a new position statement on the consumption of oats by individuals with Celiac Disease.
Please visit the CCA’s website by clicking on the following link for the full statement: http://www.celiac.ca/?page_id=2831
The CFIA has issued a recall for Mann’s brand Mediterranean Style Snap Pea Sensations due to undeclared wheat (as well as mustard, sesame and soy).
For more information, including a photo of the product visit the CFIA’s website at: