British Columbia


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PCCN ABBOTSFORD
Contact: Val Strijack or Paul Lamarre
P:604 856-5863  or 604 850-6748
E: val_strijack@telus.net orpalamarre@shaw.ca
Meet: 3rd Thursday
Peace Lutheran Church, Ware & Marshall
7:30 PM

ASHCROFT – Men’s Health Matters
Contact: David Durksen
P: 250 453-9864 or 250 457-3226
E: ddurksen@coppervalley.bc.ca
Meet: 2nd Tuesday
Ashcroft Health Centre
7:00 PM 

PCCN BURNABY - NEW WESTMINSTER 
Contact: Gordon Regar
P: 604 528 - 9665
E: gordon.regar@pcbsg.ca
http://pcbsg.ca
Meet:1st Saturday
Burnaby General Hospital Education Dept. 2nd Floor
10 AM 

CAMPBELL RIVER/WEST COAST PROSTATE AWARENESS SOCIETY
Contact: Frank Greens
P: 250 923-1357
E: hudsey@telus.net
Meet: 3rd Tuesday
Altrusa House, #12, 142 Larwood Rd., Campbell River
7:00 PM - 9:30 PM 

PCCN CHILLIWACK
Contact: Dale Erikson
P: 604-824-5506 or 604-819-5775
E: dmerikson@shaw.ca 
Meet: 1st Thursday of each month, except January, July and August 
Time 7:30pm 
Prostate Health Information and Awareness, 45580 Spadina Avenue, Chilliwack

PCCN COMOX VALLEY
Contact: Brian Lunn 
P: 250 338-8235 or 
E: cvprostatecancer@shaw.ca
www.cvprostatecancer.org 
Meet: 2nd Monday (except July & August)
Community Health Centre, 961 England, Courtney
7:30 PM – 9 PM

PCCN COQUITLAM
Contact: Norm Sherling or Ken Wade
P: 604 574-4012
E: info@pccn-coquitlam.com
www.pccn-coquitlam.com/
Meet: 1st Tuesday of each month
Pinetree Community Centre, 1260 Pinetree Way, Coquitlam
7 PM - 9 PM

PCCN COWICHAN VALLEY
Contact: Gordon Thomas
P: 250 743-6960
E: gandmthomas@shaw.ca
Meet: Last Thursday of the month. CCS Board Room, Cowichan District Hospital, Duncan
2 PM 

PCCN CRANBROOK 
Awareness & Support
Contacts: Kevin Higgins or Dennis Parsons
P: 250-427-3322 or 250-489-5249 
E: kevbevhiggins@live.com orjdparsons1@shaw.ca
Meet: 3rd Wednesday each month except Dec, June, July, August College of the Rockies, Cranbrook Campus
7 PM

PCCN KAMLOOPS
Contact: Larry Reynolds
P: 250 376-4011
E: larube_kam1@shaw.ca
Meet: 3rd Saturday of each month 
Seniors Activity Centre, 9A-1800 Tranquille Rd., Kamloops BC
10 AM 

KELOWNA PC SUPPORT & AWARENESS GROUP
Contact: Bren Witt
P: 250 764-1031
F: 250 764-1039
E: sbren@telus.net
Meet: 2nd Saturday
Rutland Senior Citizens Centre, 765 Dodd Road off Bach Rd.
9 - 11 AM 

PCCN NANAIMO 
Contact: Tony Orchard 
P: 250-591-2780
E: tonyorchard@shaw.ca
Meet: 2nd Tuesday of every month
Canadian Cancer Society office
777E Poplar Street, beside Terminal Mall.
Drop-in meetings are free.
Questions and answers, and sharing personal experiences.
7:00 PM

PCCN NORTH SHORE
Contact: Ron Dunsford
P: 604 986-9361
E: rdprostate@gmail.com
Meet: 4th Tuesday
Lion's Gate Hospital, Basement Auditorium
7:00 PM 

PCCN PARKSVILLE (DISTRICT 69) 
Contact: Douglas Bamford
P: 250 248-1335
F: 250 954-0887
E: dbamford@shaw.ca
Meet: 1st Wednesday
361 Willow Street, Parksville
7 PM 

PRINCE RUPERT PC SUPPORT GROUP
Contact: Judy Rea
P: 250 622-6533
Meet: 1st Wednesday
Health Unit
7:30 PM 

QUALICUM BEACH PC SUPPORT & AWARENESS GROUP
Contact: Court Brooker
P: 250 752-7489
E: brook@shaw.ca
Meet: 1st Tuesday
The Gardens, 650 Berwick North, Qualicum Beach
7 PM 

QUESNEL P C SUPPORT GROUP
Contact: Ronald Campbell
P: 250 992-2726
E: ronbetcampbell@shaw.ca
Meet: Call for meeting dates and times
332 Front St., Quesnel 

REVELSTOKE PC SUPPORT GROUP
Contact: Darrell Goodman
P: 250 837-3663
E: mercury54@telus.net
Meet: Call or email for information; group is under development 

RICHMOND CHINESE PROSTATE CANCER NETWORKING GROUP
Contact: Daniel Leung
P: 604-836-6423
E: dleung2000@gmail.com
Meet: The second Thursday of every month, 6-8pm
Garratt Wellness Centre, Room 4, 7504 Chelsea Place, Richmond, BC V7C 3S9
Focus on providing help to Chinese-speaking men and families, but everyone is welcome.  Chinese/English translation will be provided for professional presentations; Mandarin, Cantonese and English will be spoken in different sharing groups.

SALT SPRING ISLAND SUPPORT GROUP
Contact: Chris Reider
P: 250 537-2720
E: bigcedar@shaw.ca
Meet: 3rd Tuesday
Farmers' Institute
1:30 PM 

SUNSHINE COAST PC SUPPORT AND AWARENESS GROUP
Contact: John Stevenson
P: 604 885-4282
E: seawind@sunshine.net 
Meet: 1st Tuesday of every other month
St. John’s United Church, Davis Bay, Sechelt
7 PM 

PCCN SURREY
Contact: Leno Zecchel or George Main
P: 604 596-2640 or 604-574-5554
E: lzecchel@shaw.ca orgmpccnsurrey@shaw.ca
www.pccnsurrey.ca
Meet: Surrey Memorial Hospital, Cafeteria
Last Saturday of Month
10 AM - noon

PCCN VANCOUVER
Contact: Len Gross
P: 604 434-2100 or 604 739-5900
F: 604 434-2100
E: lengross@shaw.ca
Meet: 1st Thursday
Canadian Cancer Society Board Room, 565 West 10th Ave, Vancouver
11 AM to 1 PM 

VERNON PSA GROUP
Contact: Lloyd Mitchell or Ed Eyford
P: 250 549-2362 or 250 545-6220
E: lloyd-marion@shaw.ca oreaeyford@telus.net
Meet: 4th Monday, Sept-Nov & Jan-May
3402-27 Ave. Vernon, B.C.
7:30 PM 

VICTORIA PSA C/O The Prostate Centre
Contact:  Andrew Godon
P: 250-475-0186 or 250-388-0214
E: andrew.godon@gmail.com orsupportgroup@theprostatecentre.org
Meet: 2nd Tuesday
Begbie Hall, Royal Jubilee Hospital
7 PM.

 


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