Dr. Duerksen was interviewed for Celiac Awareness month on CJOB last Sunday, May 29. To listen to the interview advertisement-free, please click here.
One of our own, Donalda Johnson, wrote an article for Community News Common. Her article aims to raise awareness about celiac disease, which is often misdiagnosed.
Canadian Celiac Association’s Manitoba Chapter will be holding a walkathon on June 4, 2016 at Assiniboine Park. The time of the event will be announced later. For the location of our picnic site, please see
We certainly welcome donation pledges for our walkathon. Please print our pledge form.
Please keep posted for further announcements!
David McComber, our Event Coordinator, would like to thank our volunteers for the successful pancake brunch last February 6th! Our volunteers worked 2 hours straight to cook 260 gluten-free sausages from Millers Meats and to griddle 15 boxes of Kinnikinnick Pancake Mix supplied by Meyers Drugs. Many thanks guys and to all who were able to make it there!
This summer, a resource and educational website Fourspoonsglutenfreerecipes.com was created for individuals with celiac disease, gluten-sensitivity, and other dietary restrictions . Its vision is to bring happiness back to eating by offering high-quality resources including recipes, cooking videos, in-depth articles, and practical tools. Please check it out!
Manitoba Celiac Association will start having coffee nights at Cocoa Beans Bakeshop (268 Tache) the first Wednesday of every month starting November 5 from 7-9 pm.
Betsy has graciously agreed to be open at this time and serve yummy treats while attendees discuss about what’s new here and around the globe in Celiac and gluten sensitivity related topics.
On November 5, Lisa Rigaux will be talking about “Probiotics and Lacto-Fermented Foods to Heal the Gut”. This will be an open, informal discussion where everyone can share their ideas and experiences. Lisa will discuss a different topic every month so feel free to suggest what topic interests you.
Please RSVP Lisa by phone (204-258-1043) or email (email@example.com) if attending the coffee night on Wednesday, November 5 to help Lisa organize the event better.
The University of Alberta is conducting an online survey investigating vitamin use in children with celiac disease. They are looking for parents of children with celiac disease to respond to the survey. The results of this study will help further an understanding of the factors that impact children with CD taking vitamin supplements and of barriers/motivators for taking the supplements in Canadian children with CD. Follow this link for more information and to take the survey: http://fluidsurveys.com/surveys/celiacvitd/vitamin-use-in-children-with-celiac-disease/
Kinnikinnick has recalled a number of products because of unlabelled milk in the products. There is no gluten in the products.
The recalled products are Kinnikinnick Original Homestyle Waffles; Kinnikinnick Cinnamon & Brown Sugar Homestyle Waffles; Kinnikinnick Kinni-Kwik Bread & Bun Mix; Kinnikinnick Panko Style Bread Crumbs; Kinnikinnick Pancake & Waffle Mix.
It should be noted that this problem was identified by Kinnikinnick’s own internal ingredient testing problem. Kinnikinnick determined that another ingredient contained milk allergens that were not listed by the manufacturer of that ingredient.
This recall may lead to recalls of other products who use the same ingredient in their products. We will send notices of any other high priority recalls.
We have updated our Restaurants and Shopping Menu to enable submission of comments. Please feel free to leave comments about the establishments featured in our list, especially closures. This will enable us to provide an up-to-date list of restaurants and shopping stores.