Banting House NHSC

Contact Us

For general inquiries and tour booking, please contact us at banting@diabetes.ca

Contact Museum Curator Grant Maltman directly at grant.maltman@diabetes.ca

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14 comments on “Contact Us

  1. Victoria Lane
    28/05/2017

    I recently visited the beautiful garden and tribute. I noticed that there were commemorative bricks in the pathway. Is this something I can purchase to donate in behalf of my son with type 1?

    • bantinghouse
      29/05/2017

      Good morning. Yes you can. I will send you an email about the program which will include sizes, costs, and content instructions. Our goal is to reach 150 to celebrate Canada150 and unveil them in the Global Garden on November 14th, World Diabetes Day and Sir Frederick’s birthday.

  2. Jerry Levitt
    23/04/2017

    I have an oil painting signed by Frederick Banting but I have no documentation for it. How does one go about this? Thanx

    • bantinghouse
      24/04/2017

      Good evening. Not sure what you mean. Are you looking to donate the wobrk or trying to determine it’s validity? Both? Please contact our curator at banting@diabetes.ca. If you could include a photo of the front and back, that would be helpful.

  3. Christine Hannah
    29/08/2016

    Good day, I’m wondering if you know of any support groups in London for parents of Type 1 kids?

    • bantinghouse
      30/08/2016

      Hi Christine,

      If you call 1-800-BANTING, the number of the Canadian Diabetes Association, they may be able to direct you to a support group. Hope this helps!

  4. Michael Mouat
    19/07/2016

    Just bought a letter signed by both Banting and Best with an old photo of their lab.
    It was to Al Gilfert, thanking him?

    • bantinghouse
      20/07/2016

      Hi Michael,

      It sounds like you have found a great piece of history!

      If you could email a copy of the letter to museum.intern@diabetes.ca, we would love to see a copy of it!

  5. Deborah May
    12/03/2015

    years ago you had a wonderful foot cream for cracked heels in your gift shop…..is it still available?

    • bantinghouse
      13/03/2015

      Hi Deborah. Unfortunately, the store the Canadian Diabetes Association used to run has closed and the Museum Gift Shop doesn’t carry those product.

  6. Margaret Bucknam
    29/01/2015

    Can you confirm which University of Toronto building was the one where insulin was discovered?

    • bantinghouse
      29/01/2015

      The “old Medical Building” which was torn down.

  7. Omid Sorkhou
    17/03/2014

    Hello
    Would you be interested in setting up an informative booth at our events such as Kids Expo, Food festival and Ribfest this year?
    Our web site is http://www.fscanada.com
    Contact me if you may have any further questions regarding this opportunity.
    Thank you

    • bantinghouse
      18/03/2014

      Hello Omid,
      Thank you for your invitation. We appreciate your offer but unfortunately, our prior summer commitments will prevent us from being able to participate this year. Good luck with your event!

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Contact Information and Hours

Banting House is located in London, Ontario at 442 Adelaide Street North. We are open to the public from 12:00pm to 4:00pm on Tuesday through Saturday. We offer some facility rental options.
For more information, please contact: banting@diabetes.ca or view our page at the Canadian Diabetes Association website:
http://www.diabetes.ca/about-us/who/banting-house/

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