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Cystic fibrosis occurs when a child inherits two defective copies of the gene responsible for cystic fibrosis (one from each parent). Canadians with cystic fibrosis consume a large number of enzymes, about 20 pills a day, to help absorb nutrients from food Of the Canadians with CF who died in the last three years, half were under 34 years of age
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September 30, 2023
Information about the Kiss CF Goodbye event.

A Night of Incredible Music, Fun and Prizes!

The 7th annual KISS CF GOODBYE will be taking place on Saturday, September 30 at The Historic Opera House located at 735 Queen St East in Toronto, ON, to raise awareness and funds in support of Cystic Fibrosis Canada.

Hurry, get your tickets now!

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October 21, 2023
65 Roses Gala - Vancouver Fall 2023

Cystic Fibrosis Canada is excited to announce the 23nd annual 65 Roses Gala taking place on Saturday, October 21st, at the Westin Bayshore Hotel in person presented by Ronald S.Roadburg Foundation.

Event Information

Date: Saturday, October 21st 2023

Venue:  The Westin Bayshore- 1601 Bayshore Dr., Vancouver, BC V6G 2V4

Dress code:  Formal

For sponsorship oppourtunites or donating an auction item, please contact Shae Fowler for further details at

or 604.436.1158 ext 131.

Buy Tickets Now: 65 Roses Gala 2023 | Cystic Fibrosis Canada (

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CF Champions
Gillian Maramieri
Caledon, Ontario

Gillian Maramieri has been involved with Cystic Fibrosis Canada for 10 years and is a working mother of two boys. Her youngest, Matthew, has cystic fibrosis and was the first to be diagnosed with CF in the family. He was diagnosed at birth after Gillian’s doctors noticed an echogenic bowel 18 weeks into her pregnancy. Her first words after the diagnosis were, "Ok, now what do we need to do?"

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