Canada is a country in North America. It’s the world’s second largest country by total area. Canada’s capital is Ottawa. About 6500 individuals live with Sickle Cell disease in Canada. The majority of them are in the two cities: Toronto in the province of Ontario and in Montreal, Quebec. English and French are the official languages. Since 2012, National Organization for Sickle Cell Disease in Canada has been established. The Sickle Cell Disease Association of Canada/Association d’Anémie Falciforme du Canada (SCDAC/AAFC) is the national umbrella for provincial groups. There are excellence centers in most major cities: Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Calgary, Edmonton, Halifax, Vancouver.