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National Research Program

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Asthma Canada Led Research

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What’s New

New Research Study Opportunity

Research Study Opportunity for Canadians with Asthma We are sharing a new research study that you may be interested in participating in. This study involves interviews to learn about the experiences of people living with ‘severe asthma’ or asthma that despite good...

We want to hear from you

Do you live with nasal polyps? Do you care for someone who does? The Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health (CADTH) is interested in understanding the real impact that diseases and their treatments have on the daily lives of patients and caregivers. This...

World Asthma Day

Access our social media images to post on your own channels on Tuesday, May 3Tuesday, May 3 2022 is World Asthma Day! World Asthma Day is an opportunity for Canadians with asthma to raise our voices and increase awareness by sharing our stories with others. Organized...

Mask up for someone you love

Mask Up for Someone You Love!

Spring Tips for Allergy and Asthma Management

Asthma Canada’s 2022 Spring Season Tips for Allergy and Asthma Management

Giving Tuesday 2021

This Giving Tuesday, we're highlighting our National Research Program! Gifts of support on this global day of giving will help us invest in the next generation of promising asthma researchers. Our research grants support scientists who are searching for more effective...

Asthma Canada Advocates for Provinces and Territories to Follow NACI Guidelines for COVID-19 Booster Shots

Alongside other health organizations, Asthma Canada urges all provinces and territories in Canada to implement NACI’s recommendations for third dose of COVID-19 vaccine for moderately to severely immunocompromised individuals—like those with Severe Asthma—as quickly,...

The Flu and You: 2021

Getting your flu shot is the most effective way to protect yourself against the flu and flu-related complications In Canada, the flu shot is recommended for everyone six months of age and older. If you are living with a lung disease like asthma, it’s especially...

Asthma Control Toolkit

This digital toolkit includes education about asthma control, an Asthma Red & Yellow Flags Checklist to reflect on your symptoms, and an Asthma Action Plan. Asthma Control Digital ToolkitDownload

Optimizing Vaccination Rates in Canadians with Lung Disease

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, vaccinating adults to combat influenza and pneumococcal disease was a public health priority—especially for chronic respiratory patients at high risk for complications and hospitalization. Our paper examines pre-pandemic vaccination...

National Research Program

We invest in emerging Canadian researchers and support their promising research.

Asthma Canada Research

We conduct research and contribute to research efforts across the country to unlock a future without asthma.

NEW: Early Career Researcher Awards in Asthma

Applications currently closed.

Clinical Trials

We support clinical trials to find new ways to manage, treat and prevent asthma.

Partner Research

We collaborate to transform the lives of those affected by asthma.

Get Involved!

Take part in our Community Check-in survey today.

2021 Annual Asthma Survey Report

Our third annual survey report revealed the social, financial and health impacts of asthma on the lives of Canadians.