Canadian Cancer Society

Upper Fraser Valley RCMP Sgt. Krista Vrolyk and Thar hang out in Abbotsford on Wednesday (Sept. 7) during the jersey presentation for participants in the Cops for Cancer Tour de Valley. (John Morrow/Abbotsford News).

Cops for Cancer Tour de Valley participants receive official jerseys

Annual fundraiser for childhood cancer research and services runs Sept. 21-29

 

Participants warm up before Surrey’s 2014 Run for the Cure event, which was held at Bear Creek Park. This year’s event, scheduled for South Surrey Athletic Park, is Oct. 2. (Black Press file photo)

CIBC Run for the Cure set for return to South Surrey in October

Canadian Cancer Society fundraiser scheduled for Oct. 2 at South Surrey Athletic Park

 

Members of the Abreast with FORT-itude dragonboat team formed a Relay for Life team. (Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance Times)

Relay for Life returns to Langley and raises tens of thousands for cancer

Stories of cancer survival and fun mingled at the event

 

Joshua Sloan, 27, is raising funds for the Canadian Cancer Society in honour of his good friend and former teacher and running partner, Debbie Kovacs. She died from cancer in 2015. (Photo: Lauren Collins)

Surrey resident runs in honour of former teacher, running partner

Joshua Sloan had the Surrey firefighters join him for a run to Bear Creek Park from Simon Cunningham Elementary

Joshua Sloan, 27, is raising funds for the Canadian Cancer Society in honour of his good friend and former teacher and running partner, Debbie Kovacs. She died from cancer in 2015. (Photo: Lauren Collins)
(Simon Dawson/Pool via AP)

Canadian researchers developing blood test to detect lung cancer early and save lives

‘If lung cancer is detected early then treatment outcomes improve enormously,’ says Dr. David Wishart

(Simon Dawson/Pool via AP)
A cheque is presented at the conclusion of the Drive Pink campaign. (Contributed photo)
A cheque is presented at the conclusion of the Drive Pink campaign. (Contributed photo)
From left: Laune Legault, Duncan Libby, Roger Halliday, Kurtis Sveinungsen, Alan Ware, Irina Novak-Calki and Fernando Pierri. (Contributed photo)
From left: Laune Legault, Duncan Libby, Roger Halliday, Kurtis Sveinungsen, Alan Ware, Irina Novak-Calki and Fernando Pierri. (Contributed photo)
Andrew McIntyre is now cancer free after being diagnosed with testicular cancer last year. (Trevor Beggs)

PHOTOS: Surrey Beavers’ McIntyre encompasses ‘Ruck for the Cure’

25-year-old is now cancer-free after being diagnosed last year

Andrew McIntyre is now cancer free after being diagnosed with testicular cancer last year. (Trevor Beggs)
file Photo: Boaz Joseph                                Jamie Beaton (left) of Surrey Beavers grabs onto a Kelowna Crows player in a Div. 1 game during the 5th annual Ruck for the Cure on Oct. 22, 2016.

Surrey Beavers host “Ruck for the Cure” this Saturday

The local rugby team raises money annually for cancer research.

file Photo: Boaz Joseph                                Jamie Beaton (left) of Surrey Beavers grabs onto a Kelowna Crows player in a Div. 1 game during the 5th annual Ruck for the Cure on Oct. 22, 2016.
DPD reserve Const. Abu Ghafoori (left) and Const. Ken Usipiuk (right) pose in front of Sgt. Ray Warren and Const. Sukhi Thind, who will be spending 50 hours in the air in support of Ride2Survive and Cops for Cancer. (Grace Kennedy photo)

Ride2Survive coming back to Delta for 13th year

The ride is partnering with Cops for Cancer for a fundraiser in Clayton Heights June 16 to 18.

DPD reserve Const. Abu Ghafoori (left) and Const. Ken Usipiuk (right) pose in front of Sgt. Ray Warren and Const. Sukhi Thind, who will be spending 50 hours in the air in support of Ride2Survive and Cops for Cancer. (Grace Kennedy photo)
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