Wake Up Call Breakfasts
Join us for an unforgettable morning dedicated to raising funds for research in the fight against prostate cancer. The Wake Up Call breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Over 26,000 business leaders and professionals have participated in this event since 2001.
Please join us - as a corporate sponsor, table host or attendee- for a friendly breakfast, networking opportunity, and inspirational story, and in making the 2016 series the best one yet!
Save the date and register for the following breakfasts!
Moncton, NB - October 26
St. John's. NL - February 2017
Cape Breton, NS - Date TBA
The PCC Atlantic team has moved to Suite 810 at 1809 Barrington Street (CIBC Office Tower)
Prostate Cancer Canada has relocated!
Our new space keeps us in the dowtown core, so it's a win, win for our donors, partners and volunteers.
Our door is always open and we look forward to serving you from our new location.
Atlantic Regional Advisory Council members reveal the total raised from the 2015 Wake Up Call Breakfast. In the past three years we have surpassed the $1,000,000 mark thanks to your support.
Prostate Cancer Canada Atlantic Region
1809 Barrington St., Suite 810
Toll free: 1-855-420-1444
For more information about Prostate Cancer Canada's Atlantic Regional Office in Halifax, please contact:
Executive Director, Atlantic Region
Prostate Cancer Canada Atlantic Region's Advisory Council
Ken Power (Chair)
Regional Vice President, TELUS
Fred MacGillivray (Past Chair)
Independent Business Consultant
Vice President, Nova International Ltd.
Dr. David Bell MD
FRCPC – Professor of Urology Dalhousie University
RBC Regional VP Commercial & Financial Services
Senior Counsel, Special Projects, Emera Inc.
Co-owner, Jeramand Enterprises Ltd.
Ron Profit, Q.C.
Partner/Lawyer at Cox & Palmer Charlottetown
Dr. Tetteh Ago MB ChB, FRCPC
Head of Radiation Oncology, QE II
Associate Lawyer, McInnes Cooper
Chief, Cape Breton Regional Police
CEO, Maritimes Energy Association
Atlantic Canada Regional Council of Carpenters Millwrights and Allied Workers