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The Top 10 Articles and CF Stories of 2018

2018 was a great year for storytelling within our community. We discussed a wide range of CF topics from transplantation, to stories of personal resilience…

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Ella’s Story

Hi, my name is Ella. I live in Regina and I am eight years old. I have two little sisters. We homeschool. Mom is our…

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Holiday Wishes

On Giving Tuesday, November 27, Cystic Fibrosis Canada launched our holiday giving campaign Tough Questions. Our community was introduced to five families across Canada affected…

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The Routhier Family: The word “WORRY” is always swirling around in our heads

From beautiful Coaticook in the Estrie region, I’d like to share my story with cystic fibrosis. On a lovely autumn day, I gave birth to…

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Why A Holiday Donation Is A Win-Win

Take advantage of the charitable giving tax credit Each December, Canadians dig deep into their hearts (and wallets) to celebrate the season. We spoil our…

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The Meyer Family: The smaller, daily questions are actually the hardest

My son Beckett just turned 10.  We moved to Winnipeg last year, but Beckett enjoyed his early years in British Columbia. Beckett is precocious, with…

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Spotlight: Shawna Mazerolle

What more can I do? This was what played in my mind for 5 years following my son’s CF diagnosis. I needed to do more,…

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Jeremy Vosbourgh: I look forward to living until I am an old man

My name is Jeremy Vosbourgh and I live in Winnipeg, Manitoba with my wife Tara and our 10-year-old daughter Daryn. I work full time as…

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The Program for Individualized Cystic Fibrosis Therapy

The Cystic Fibrosis Individualized Therapy (CFIT) program is a partnership between CF Canada and The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) to develop a national resource…

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