Join the #Marketing2Kids Webinar March 30 12:30 - 2pm EDT by registering at

Panelists will be discussing the dangers of excess dietary sugar, sodium and fat.

Marketing to Kids Webinar: The Dangers of Excess Dietary Sugar, Fat and Salt
Shake off winter blahs with these dietitian-approved recipes courtesy of our recipe partner CanolaInfo

Healthy tropical-inspired recipes
British chef and healthy food advocate, Jamie Oliver explains that a levy on sugary drinks could be the most symbolic, progressive part of next week’s federal budget and resulting funds should be used to support important healthy living initiatives.

Will Canada save 13,000 lives with a levy on sugary drinks?
Students at North Oyster school in British Columbia gave a heartwarming surprise for their music teacher, Mrs. Saunders at Jump Rope for Heart.

New meaning for students, near Ladysmith, taking part in Heart and Stroke fundraiser | CHEK
Will a sugary drinks levy benefit Canadians?

New research says yes!

News Release
Happy Dietitian Day!

Heart & Stroke dietitian Carol Dombrow has been promoting good health to Canadians and contributing her expertise to our policies for over 30 years. She was recently awarded with the Dietitian of the Year Award from Dietitians of Canada, Business and Industry Network. Congratulations Carol!

Read her recent blog for #NutritionMonth – A Necessary Food Fight: Marketing of...
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A Necessary Food Fight: Marketing of Foods and Beverages to Children
A new Heart & Stroke study finds that women who undergo fertility therapy but do not get pregnant have a higher risk of developing long-term cardiovascular disease than women who go on to become pregnant. The study researchers note that this is no cause for alarm and is not a reason to forego fertility treatments. Instead, it highlights an opportunity to look for and manage risk factors to...
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New study examines long-term health effects of fertility treatment
Wish you could make exercise fly by?
Listen to three songs, while you exercise, and you’ll complete roughly 10 minutes of physical activity without ever looking at a clock.

Music playlist: Try the 3x3 workout
The response to our Breakthrough Fund has been overwhelming. Thank you!

There’s still time for you to join a group of donors who are helping to fund the next research breakthrough with a monthly donation. Will you help us save more families the pain of losing a loved one to heart disease?
We want to thank Canadians, including some of our celebrities and athletes who participated in our exciting Heart Month campaign by wearing their support and sharing #MoreMoments across social media.

Our Roots Canada items are only available for a few more days, purchase your toque and bracelet by March 12! Thank you for helping us create more moments for all Canadians!
Congratulations to the stroke treatment centre teams in Alberta. Cutting in half the average time it takes for a stroke patient to receive treatment is remarkable, best in class!

Alberta's stroke treatment wait time improvement tops in the world, says AHS
Heart & Stroke, Newfoundland and Labrador, will be able to complete the installation of an AED in every school province wide thanks to the transformational funding commitment from NLBCTC.

A defibrillator in every school: Donation to expand program across N.L.
International Women’s Day Spotlight – Heart & Stroke Ambassador, Board Member and Facebook Canada, Alison Twiner

“I have fond memories of canvassing my neighborhood for Heart & Stroke as a young girl, connecting with our community and sharing stories of heart health and stroke awareness. Knowing that access to information and early intervention vastly improves health outcomes, I look forward...
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Heart disease is a leading cause of death among women in Canada, yet far too many don’t understand their risk. Along with the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, we recently hosted a women’s heart health hackathon to brainstorm new ways to transform women’s heart health. Teams of researchers, healthcare professionals, communications, marketing and design experts ‒ along with heart disease...
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Dr. Kim Connelly and his team are on the verge of reversing heart damage through the promise of regenerative medicine. With your monthly support, researchers could help a heart heal itself in only 5 to 10 years.
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Naturally sweet dates make this recipe a winner with no added sugars. Perfect to tuck into a kid’s lunchbox when using soy butter, but for an afterschool treat feel free to use any of your favourite nut butters.

Cranberry granola bars
Ann's mom loved to brag about her grandchildren.
But Tropea is one that she won’t ever get to meet.

A breakthrough means more moments together
For the first time in history, researchers are on the verge of reversing heart damage through the promise of regenerative medicine.

This breakthrough will change everything. Your monthly gifts to the Breakthrough Fund are absolutely vital.

Become a Monthly Donor
It’s here, Ontario! You can now earn points or miles from your favourite loyalty programs when you take small steps towards a healthier life with the Carrot Rewards app!

Carrot Rewards now available in Ontario!
Too many families know this heartbreak.
That's why we've created the Breakthrough Fund.

A breakthrough means more moments together