Atlantic Canada includes Newfoundland and Labrador!

Here in Atlantic Canada, we have an incredible community of volunteers, donors and sponsors, as well as an innovative team of researchers and healthcare professionals. These people are the heart and soul of our organization, and there are so many exciting ways to get involved! Every volunteer, donor, researcher and sponsor helps us to improve the lives of those affected by Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, and brings us closer to finding cures.

We welcome newcomers – contact us today and, together, we’ll make it stop. For life.

Regional Director, Québec and Atlantic Provinces
Roberta Porter

Development Coordinator, Newfoundland & Labrador 
Karen Lacey

Young man wearing a Gutsy Mask

Get Your Gutsy Mask On!

Our new reality requires people to wear masks as we open up our cities.  What better way than donning a high quality, Canadian-made reusable mask, with all proceeds going towards the critical ...

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DIY Challenge

The Crohn's and Colitis Canada DIY Challenge

SHOW US YOUR STUFF! Are you one of many people who, during this global pandemic, has had to learn new skills? If so, we're challenging YOU to share with us your Do-It-Yourself projects on ...

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Gutsy Walk Participants

25th Anniversary Gutsy Walk and COVID-19, Registration Now Open

Join us for the 25th anniversary of Gutsy Walk. While the COVID-19 pandemic affects us today - the urgent research you help us fund is long-lasting. With your commitment, we will bring Gutsy Walk to ...

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With over 60 virtual walk sites throughout the country. Check for the location nearest to you on our Gutsy Walk Website in the full details Join thousands across Canada on Sunday August 23rd. Walk with us virtually. Anywhere. Anyhow!
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St. John's Office

PO Box 39093
St. John's, NL, A1E 5Y7

(709) 743-5142 or 1-844-299-4517

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News

“You don’t need to be superhuman”: How a small-town hockey player made it to the NCAA in the face of Crohn’s disease

“You don’t need to be superhuman”: How a small-town hockey player made it to the NCAA in the face of Crohn’s disease

Takeda Canada announces positive results for ENTYVIO® (vedolizumab) vs. Humira® (adalimumab) in first IBD study to compare biological agents head-to-head

Takeda Canada announces positive results for ENTYVIO® (vedolizumab) vs. Humira® (adalimumab) in first IBD study to compare biological agents head-to-head

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