Nova Scotia


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PCCN BLACKS IN NOVA SCOTIA (BINS)
Contact: Elwood Marsman
P: 902 869-1180
E: pccnbins@gmail.com

PCCN CAPE BRETON
Contact: Stewart Matheson
P: (992) 563 - 6640
smatheson@eastlink.ca
Meet: 1st Wednesday
272 Prince Street (Sobeys), Sydney
7:30 PM


PCCN HALIFAX RAINBOW WARRIORS 
Contact: Robert Isbister
P: (902) 454-9279
E: rainbowwarriors@ eastlink.ca
Meet: 3rd Tues.of the month
5121 Sackville Street , Suite 101, NS
7:00 pm

 
PCCN HALIFAX REGION
Contact: Mark Chatham
P: 902-435-3346
E: 
pccnhalifaxregion@outlook.com
Meet:
3rd Thursday of each month except July and August
Prostate Cancer Canada - Atlantic Region
1809 Barrington St., Suite 810
Halifax, B3J 3K8

7:00 PM

PCCN PICTOU COUNTY
Contact: Darrell Rushton
P: 902 752 2193 
E: 
pccn.pictoucounty@ns.sympatico.ca
or darrell.rushton@ns.sympatico.ca Meet: United Commercial Travellers Building
behind Summer Street Industries, Park Street
New Glasgow
3rd Thursday of each Month 

PCCN TRURO AND AREA
Contact: Kenneth McCallum
P: 902 895-6570
E: 
jk.mccallum@ ns.sympatico.ca
Meet: 1st Thursday, September to June
Truro Police Station, Prince St.
7 PM

PCCN YARMOUTH COUNTY
Contact: Eric Burns
P: 902 742-7367

E: Mario Ross
marioross@eastlink.ca
Meet: 1st Monday
Lions Club, Parade St., Yarmouth
7 PM

 

 


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