Learn about the Ontario Chapter of ImmUnity Canada and see what’s happening in your area.
Primary Immunodeficiency in Ontario
Steering Committee Chair:
Kristina Skeries (Ottawa)
Ontario has a steering commitee with a group of dedicated volunteers that look into issues facing the Chapter, plan events and look at patient needs.
Issues and Advocacy
SCID Newborn Screening
Ontario became the first province to include SCID in its Newborn Screening program in 2014.
“Ontario banned the compensation of plasma donations in 2017.”
Get involved in Ontario
Become a Member
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Attend Local Events
With regional chapters across the country, ImmUnity Canada looks forward to welcoming you to an event!
Volunteer with Us
Our community is built by volunteers like you. Share your time and skills to help Canadians with PI live well.
Support the Cause
You can help fund research, education, advocacy and access to care. With your support, we’re not alone.
News & Resources for your Area
News, updates and patient stories from the Ontario chapter of ImmUnity Canada.
PI: A cause of serious disability
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Emergency departments in Rural Canada need your help
We are posting this for our rural and remote patients and families in support of our friends at the Society of Rural Physicians Canada (SRPC), and the...
We’re sick and tired, but we’re not alone.
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ImmUnity Canada members receive newsletters, updates, and access to events and education. Membership is free and helps better advocate for the resources Canadians with PI need to live well.
- Support programs
- AGM voting rights