Prostate Cancer Canada - Atlantic Region

PGA DAY (Play Golf All Day)

On June 21st, PGA Professionals in Atlantic Canada will be teaming up with amateur golfers to raise awareness and support for Prostate Cancer. In conjunction with Do it For Dads, teams of golfers at various PGA Golf Clubs around Atlantic Canada will play as many holes of golf as possible. Please support PGA (Play Golf All) Day!

Website: prostatecancer.ca/pgaday
Contact: Lindon Garron
lggolf@nb.sympatico.ca
506-529-3496


Closest To The Hole Golf Tournament presented by The Maritimes Energy Association

For the fourth consecutive year, The Maritimes Energy Association is offering a fundraising golf tournament in support of our charitable partner, Prostate Cancer Canada – Atlantic. This year, our annual Closest to the Hole Golf Tournament will be taking place on June 9 at the Glen Arbour Golf Course in Halifax, N.S.

This annual tournament has built a reputation as an outstanding event where those in the region's energy industry and/or the local business community can network and enjoy a day on the green all in support of a great cause.

Website: www.maritimesenergy.com
Contact: Adrienne
Adrienne@MaritimesEnergy.com
902-496-3180


Stanfield's Pants Off for Prostate Cancer Halifax

A kitchen party in the most untraditional sense, Stanfield's Pants Off for Prostate Cancer came to Halifax for it's second year! Huge thanks to all who made it a success including our guests, volunteers, and generous sponsors.

View our recap of #PantsOffHFX on Storify.



 
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Wake Up Call Breakfast Fall 2014

2014 Atlantic Wake Up Call events raised $364,000! A HUGE thanks to our Atlantic Regional Sponsors: RBC, TELUS, Janssen & Economical Insurance, as well as to all those who attended and supported these events!

Check out our photo albums:


Moncton, New Brunswick - September 9, 2014
Saint John, New Brunswick - September 18, 2014
Halifax, Nova Scotia - September 24, 2014
St. John's, Newfoundland - October 2, 2014
Cape Breton, Nova Scotia - November 4, 2014

 

Prostate Cancer Canada Atlantic Region

5121 Sackville Street, Suite 101
Halifax, NS
B3J 1K1

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Office: 902-420-1444
Toll free: 1-855-420-1444

For more information about Prostate Cancer Canada's Atlantic Regional Office in Halifax, please contact:

Peter Mallette
Executive Director, Atlantic Region
902-420-9449

Prostate Cancer Canada Atlantic Region's Advisory Council

Mark Healy
President, AMEC Black & McDonald

David Lothian
Vice President, Nova International Ltd.

Fred MacGillivray (Chair) 
Independent Business Consultant

Dr. David Bell MD
FRCPC – Professor of Urology Dalhousie University

Jim Copeland
TD Waterhouse VP & Market Leader Private Client Group

Valerie Corkum
Trade Centre Limited Sales Manager

Michael Lordon
RBC Regional VP Commercial & Financial Services

Steve Murphy
CTV Atlantic News Anchor

Ken Power
TELUS VP Atlantic Canada

David Ritcey
Dalhousie University Medical Student

Paul Laberge
Senior Counsel, Special Projects, Emera Inc.

Jo-Anne Phillips
Co-owner, Jeramand Enterprises Ltd.

Ron Profit, Q.C.
Partner/Lawyer at Cox & Palmer Charlottetown


Rustum Southwell
Retired CEO, Nova Scotia Black Business Initiative


 
 




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