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2015/03/31 00:15
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Three Tour de Valley riders visited Mission schools Monday to raise cancer awareness and begin the Cops for Cancer fundraising campaign. Mission RCMP Const. James Mason, Correctional Service of...
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2015/03/30 19:42
2015/03/30 19:42
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The daffodil is more than just a symbol of spring — it is also a symbol of hope for those who are touched by cancer. The Canadian Cancer Society launched its Daffodil Month campaign at Nicholson...
2015/03/30 18:20
2015/03/30 18:20
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Drinking coffee regularly can significantly lower your risk of liver cancer, the World Cancer Research Fund claims in its new report. The finding, included in WCRF's Liver Cancer 2015 report, are...
2015/03/30 12:28
2015/03/30 12:28
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SAGUENAY, Que. - After surviving a fight with breast cancer in 2013, France Racine was looking for a way to help others in a similar position. When she learned that the Canadian Cancer Society was...
2015/03/28 14:23
2015/03/28 14:23
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Date Book is a free community service provided by The Chilliwack Progress to local community and non-profit organizations. If you would like to be part of Date Book, please email your listing to:...
2015/03/27 22:14
2015/03/27 22:14
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On Jan. 9, 2014, the doctor told Judy Bennett that “Today will be the worst day of your life.” That was the day she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Maybe she was in shock, but Bennett took it in...
2015/03/27 19:26
2015/03/27 19:26
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The Canadian Cancer Society begins its Daffodil Month and door-to-door campaigns in April. Abbotsford Mayor Henry Braun will be among those wearing a daffodil pin throughout the month to promote the...
2015/03/27 10:38
2015/03/27 10:38
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High school seniors increasingly getting hooked onto 'Hookahs' Though there may be a decline in cigarette smoking, a new study had claimed that now hookah has become a popular trend amongst high...
2015/03/27 03:20
2015/03/27 03:20
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The future of cancer care in Calgary is about to become a whole lot bleaker, say city advocacy groups. Thursday’s budget proved to be a big let-down for those expecting follow-through on the...
2015/03/26 23:50
2015/03/26 23:50
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The Village People’s Macho Man message may have had legs back when mega moustaches and thick chest hair were actually considered hot-ticket items. Today, such physical fashions hardly wash, at least...
2015/03/26 19:13
2015/03/26 19:13
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A Woodstock woman will represent the Friendly City as a torchbearer in the Pan Am Games torch relay. “I am elated to have been chosen as a Pan Am torchbearer,” said Diane Langner, past recipient of...
2015/03/26 00:35
2015/03/26 00:35
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For Cole McQuillan, getting his locks cut was an easy decision. The Grade 11 Patrick Fogarty Catholic Secondary School student took part in a Cops for Cancer hair-cutting fundraiser at the school...
2015/03/25 17:27
2015/03/25 17:27
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With Harrison's Relay for Life cancelled this year, at least one local team is making the drive to Abbotsford to participate in the 2015 Relay for Life. Moo-ving for a Cure, one of this area's iconic...
2015/03/25 11:12
2015/03/25 11:12
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OTTAWA - Canada needs to catch up with Europe, Australia, New Zealand and even the United States when it comes to unshackling public policy advocacy by charities, says a new study. While businesses...
2015/03/24 21:12
2015/03/24 21:12
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The Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire (IODE) Municipal Chapter Chatham-Kent marked a milestone with a presentation to a member of the Chatham-Kent Police Service. Const. John Hicks received the...
2015/03/24 19:24
2015/03/24 19:24
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By Peter Rakobowchuk THE CANADIAN PRESS MONTREAL—For Annie Buchan, educating Canada’s Inuit about the dangers caused by cancer has been challenging. The Inuit have a much higher cancer death rate...
2015/03/24 17:30
2015/03/24 17:30
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British Columbian researchers are trying to answer the age old question: what is the secret to a long, healthy life? And to help find the answer, lead researcher Angela Brooks-Wilson said she's...
2015/03/24 13:20
2015/03/24 13:20
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Alberta has introduced legislation to ban indoor tanning for minors. Bill 22, The Skin Cancer Prevention Act, is an effort to reduce skin cancers that are commonly diagnosed among youth and have been...
2015/03/23 19:35
2015/03/23 19:35
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The community came through for a little girl with a big heart. Eight-year-old Hunter Escott of Tupperville raised more than $5,300 for childhood cancer research through Hunter's Skate and Cut 4...
2015/03/22 08:34
2015/03/22 08:34
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Pickleball enthusiasts are rallying behind two local charities. The Vernon Pickleball Club will hold a tournament Saturday at the Priest Valley Gym, with funds going to the Canadian Cancer Society...
2015/03/31 00:15
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