Blog posts tagged as awareness



Safeway Father's Day Walk/Run
2010-07-12 5:32:22 PM
Safeway Father's Day Walk/Run Raises over $1.2 million to support prostate cancer research.
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.
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...
It’s Our Time To Celebrate
2012-03-20 11:02:08 AM
Today, we celebrate our first year anniversary in Atlantic Canada! Our Atlantic office was established to raise awareness and support research and programs for the fight against prostate cancer- and it’s been a busy year! Below is a snapshot of what PCC Atlantic has been up to.
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.
UPDATE - Survivorship Programs
2012-06-04 4:26:30 PM
The five year relative survival rate for prostate cancer is close to 100 per cent. In other words – this is a highly curable disease.  For survivors, beating the disease is often only the first step, as recovery can result in a host of other challenges.  PCC’s goal is to support men and their families throughout their prostate cancer journey – diagnosis, treatment and recovery.
Prostate Cancer Awareness week- why are we doing this?
2012-09-17 4:41:00 PM
We pass by men on the street every day. They’re our co-workers, neighbours and friends. Closer to home, we talk to our fathers, brothers and husbands. Men occupy important places in our lives- and yet, we don’t stop to consider that during their lifetime 1 in 7 of them will be diagnosed with prostate cancer.
Breast Friends Support PCC
2012-09-22 4:13:28 PM
The Breast Friends are supporting PCC by donating proceeds from one of their cookbooks! They've graciously shared some of their recipes (below) in honour of Prostate Cancer Awareness week. If you're looking for meal ideas this weekend you should try some of these out!

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