Blog posts tagged as Prostate Cancer Canada



Generosity and gratitude
2010-01-27 12:18:12 PM
It’s hard not to think about the anguish the people of Haiti are experiencing. There’s no doubt that everyone around the world is hoping and praying for them. 
Nobody is exempt from prostate cancer
2010-02-23 11:18:40 AM
Prostate Cancer Canada's President & CEO, Steve Jones, sends his best wishes to Jack Layton after his prostate cancer diagnosis announcement.
Tie one on for prostate cancer
2010-02-23 11:21:55 AM
As told by Prostate Cancer Canada's President & CEO, Steve Jones, here's a different view on prostate cancer from "Notes To My Prostate"
An interesting read
2010-02-23 11:28:42 AM
As told by Prostate Cancer Canada’s President & CEO, Steve Jones, here’s a different view on prostate cancer from "Notes To My Prostate"
Raise awareness about prostate cancer
2010-07-22 10:48:42 AM
Media, online or off, can’t by itself raise awareness about prostate cancer, its risk factors and the need for research funding. Crucial to that effort are the great community events that support our cause. There’s no substitute for real people interacting and supporting one another, the reach and the cool factor of Facebook and Twitter notwithstanding.
Father and Sons Cross Canada
2010-08-03 1:41:45 PM
A couple of weeks ago, when last we heard from intrepid cyclists Shane Vanier and his sons, Sean and Trevor, they were just 15 kilometres from the Alberta border at Crowsnest Pass. Only another 6,000 or so kilometres and $48,000 to go!
Prostate Cancer Canada Looking for Volunteers
2010-08-16 4:08:24 PM
Volunteerism is an extraordinary thing. People volunteer for a host of different reasons, all of them valid and good. Volunteers define the best of who we are....
What's Your Number?
2010-09-20 12:31:53 PM
"What are the numbers?" Words to live by when it comes to a PSA results.
Scotiabank "Stick-It to Prostate Cancer" ball hockey tournament
2010-10-07 3:08:27 PM
There were fewer parking spots available at the CrossIron Mills Mall this past Sunday. No less than 41 teams invaded the lot at this Calgary area shopping centre to participate in the first Scotiabank "Stick-It to Prostate Cancer" ball hockey tournament...
Two Canadians participating in Dakar Rally to raise awareness for prostate cancer
2010-10-13 2:05:09 PM
We are proud to announce that two fellow Canadians will be entering the Dakar Rally in January 2011 to help raise funds and awareness for Prostate Cancer Canada. Glenna Chestnutt and Conor Malone a.k.a. Team Chinook, will be one of two Canadian teams to compete...
Q&A with Conor Malone from Team Chinook
2010-10-14 2:05:09 PM
Prostate Cancer Canada chatted with Conor Malone of Team Chinook to discover more about his amazing race across South America in order to raise awareness and funds for prostate cancer....
Donations this Holiday Season
2010-11-25 10:02:22 AM
The holiday season is here. It’s time for family, good food and a time for charitable giving!
2011 Wake Up Call Breakfast
2011-01-21 4:56:07 PM
Here are the PCC Wake Up Call Breakfast locations and dates: 

Toronto - April 7 - Toronto Hilton
Edmonton - April 12 - Fairmont MacDonald
Calgary - April 14 - Fairmont Palliser
Vancouver - April 21 - Hyatt Regency
Halifax - April 28 - World Trade and Convention Centre
By The Numbers
2011-06-01 12:54:03 PM
25,500 men will be diagnosed, 4100 will die of it. PSA numbers. Baseline tests starting at age 40...
Father's Day Walk/Run
2011-06-09 2:08:50 PM
Prostate Cancer Canada's Father's Day Walk/Run is on Sunday, June 19, 2011!  
Side by Side
2011-10-06 4:57:13 PM
The women in this group were just as fearful as their partners regardless of the disease’s timeline; but their role was one of support and confidence. If they carried the badge of hope and belief then the men would as well.  
Resolutions
2012-01-23 12:10:55 PM
It’s that time of the year where most of us have realized that our New Year’s resolutions just aren’t going to happen. Instead of giving up and hibernating ‘til spring, let’s recommit to one resolution that we can all achieve:  
Take Charge of Your Health  
Prostate Cancer and Black History Month
2012-02-21 10:05:14 AM
It’s time for men to take charge of their health. This is even more important for those of African or Caribbean descent as they are at a higher risk of developing prostate cancer, the most common cancer to afflict Canadian men.
Happy First Anniversary! - A Note From Moncton
2012-03-20 11:02:08 AM
When I was diagnosed with prostate cancer in June 2009, it was a surprise to me to learn that there were only two support groups in all of New Brunswick, Fredericton and Miramichi.  There had been active groups in Moncton and Saint John, but not for quite a number of years.

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