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Agassiz-Harrison Observer
Langley Mountie saddles up for 750-km, nine-day fundraising bike ridefrom across the Fraser Valley who is embarking on a 750-kilometre, nine-day, 10
Agassiz-Harrison Observer / Posted 7 hours ago
from across the Fraser Valley who is embarking on a 750-kilometre, nine-day, 10-community bike ride to raise money for the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) – and specifically to help children with the disease. This Mountie, a 10-year veteran of the... Read more
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Abbotsford News
Langley Mountie saddles up for 750-km, nine-day fundraising bike ridefrom across the Fraser Valley who is embarking on a 750-kilometre, nine-day, 10
Abbotsford News / Posted 7 hours ago
from across the Fraser Valley who is embarking on a 750-kilometre, nine-day, 10-community bike ride to raise money for the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) – and specifically to help children with the disease. This Mountie, a 10-year veteran of the... Read more
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Cloverdale Reporter
Langley Mountie saddles up for 750-km, nine-day fundraising bike ridefrom across the Fraser Valley who is embarking on a 750-kilometre, nine-day, 10
Cloverdale Reporter / Posted 7 hours ago
from across the Fraser Valley who is embarking on a 750-kilometre, nine-day, 10-community bike ride to raise money for the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) – and specifically to help children with the disease. This Mountie, a 10-year veteran of the... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Langley Mountie saddles up for 750-km, nine-day fundraising bike ridefrom across the Fraser Valley who is embarking on a 750-kilometre, nine-day, 10
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 7 hours ago
from across the Fraser Valley who is embarking on a 750-kilometre, nine-day, 10-community bike ride to raise money for the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) – and specifically to help children with the disease. This Mountie, a 10-year veteran of the... Read more
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Peace Arch News
Langley Mountie saddles up for 750-km, nine-day fundraising bike ridefrom across the Fraser Valley who is embarking on a 750-kilometre, nine-day, 10
Peace Arch News / Posted 7 hours ago
from across the Fraser Valley who is embarking on a 750-kilometre, nine-day, 10-community bike ride to raise money for the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) – and specifically to help children with the disease. This Mountie, a 10-year veteran of the... Read more
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Mission City Record
Langley Mountie saddles up for 750-km, nine-day fundraising bike ridefrom across the Fraser Valley who is embarking on a 750-kilometre, nine-day, 10
Mission City Record / Posted 8 hours ago
from across the Fraser Valley who is embarking on a 750-kilometre, nine-day, 10-community bike ride to raise money for the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) – and specifically to help children with the disease. This Mountie, a 10-year veteran of the... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
Remembering Bob Wallaceinto freezing water to fundraise for Special Olympics or being one-half of “2 B
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted 12 hours ago
into freezing water to fundraise for Special Olympics or being one-half of “2 Boobs in a Bucket” to raise money for the Canadian Cancer Society or sitting behind a microphone for The Dock's Radio for Oncology in support of the Owen Sound... Read more
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Aldergrove Star
Langley Mountie saddles up for 750-km, nine-day fundraising bike ridefrom across the Fraser Valley who is embarking on a 750-kilometre, nine-day, 10
Aldergrove Star / Posted 12 hours ago
from across the Fraser Valley who is embarking on a 750-kilometre, nine-day, 10-community bike ride to raise money for the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) – and specifically to help children with the disease. This Mountie, a 10-year veteran of the... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
McMaster to ban all smoking on campusthe first post-secondary institution in Ontario to make its campus entirely smo
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted 14 hours ago
the first post-secondary institution in Ontario to make its campus entirely smoke-free, according to research from the Canadian Cancer Society. Senior policy analyst Rob Cunningham said that while many schools have implemented policies... Read more
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Simcoe Reformer
McMaster to ban all smoking on campusthe first post-secondary institution in Ontario to make its campus entirely smo
Simcoe Reformer / Posted 14 hours ago
the first post-secondary institution in Ontario to make its campus entirely smoke-free, according to research from the Canadian Cancer Society. Senior policy analyst Rob Cunningham said that while many schools have implemented policies... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
McMaster to ban all smoking on campusthe first post-secondary institution in Ontario to make its campus entirely smo
Sarnia Observer / Posted 14 hours ago
the first post-secondary institution in Ontario to make its campus entirely smoke-free, according to research from the Canadian Cancer Society. Senior policy analyst Rob Cunningham said that while many schools have implemented policies... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
McMaster to ban all smoking on campusthe first post-secondary institution in Ontario to make its campus entirely smo
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 15 hours ago
the first post-secondary institution in Ontario to make its campus entirely smoke-free, according to research from the Canadian Cancer Society. Senior policy analyst Rob Cunningham said that while many schools have implemented policies... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
McMaster to ban all smoking on campusthe first post-secondary institution in Ontario to make its campus entirely smo
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 15 hours ago
the first post-secondary institution in Ontario to make its campus entirely smoke-free, according to research from the Canadian Cancer Society. Senior policy analyst Rob Cunningham said that while many schools have implemented policies... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
McMaster to ban all smoking on campusthe first post-secondary institution in Ontario to make its campus entirely smo
Chatham Daily News / Posted 15 hours ago
the first post-secondary institution in Ontario to make its campus entirely smoke-free, according to research from the Canadian Cancer Society. Senior policy analyst Rob Cunningham said that while many schools have implemented policies... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
McMaster to ban all smoking on campusthe first post-secondary institution in Ontario to make its campus entirely smo
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 15 hours ago
the first post-secondary institution in Ontario to make its campus entirely smoke-free, according to research from the Canadian Cancer Society. Senior policy analyst Rob Cunningham said that while many schools have implemented policies... Read more
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Welland Tribune
McMaster to ban all smoking on campusthe first post-secondary institution in Ontario to make its campus entirely smo
Welland Tribune / Posted 15 hours ago
the first post-secondary institution in Ontario to make its campus entirely smoke-free, according to research from the Canadian Cancer Society. Senior policy analyst Rob Cunningham said that while many schools have implemented policies... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
McMaster to ban all smoking on campusthe first post-secondary institution in Ontario to make its campus entirely smo
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 15 hours ago
the first post-secondary institution in Ontario to make its campus entirely smoke-free, according to research from the Canadian Cancer Society. Senior policy analyst Rob Cunningham said that while many schools have implemented policies... Read more
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Pembroke Daily Observer
McMaster to ban all smoking on campusthe first post-secondary institution in Ontario to make its campus entirely smo
Pembroke Daily Observer / Posted 15 hours ago
the first post-secondary institution in Ontario to make its campus entirely smoke-free, according to research from the Canadian Cancer Society. Senior policy analyst Rob Cunningham said that while many schools have implemented policies... Read more
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Northumberland Today
McMaster to ban all smoking on campusthe first post-secondary institution in Ontario to make its campus entirely smo
Northumberland Today / Posted 15 hours ago
the first post-secondary institution in Ontario to make its campus entirely smoke-free, according to research from the Canadian Cancer Society. Senior policy analyst Rob Cunningham said that while many schools have implemented policies... Read more
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BC Local News
Tour de Rock rolls into Comox Valley Sept. 27The Canadian Cancer Society Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock team is preparing to c
BC Local News / Posted 15 hours ago
The Canadian Cancer Society Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock team is preparing to cycle the length of Vancouver Island to raise money that will help children who are fighting cancer. The annual ride kicks off Saturday, Sept. 23 in Port Alice and finishes... Read more
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Comox Valley Record
Tour de Rock rolls into Comox Valley Sept. 27The Canadian Cancer Society Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock team is preparing to c
Comox Valley Record / Posted 16 hours ago
The Canadian Cancer Society Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock team is preparing to cycle the length of Vancouver Island to raise money that will help children who are fighting cancer. The annual ride kicks off Saturday, Sept. 23 in Port Alice and finishes... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Colours of Hope raises $30,000 in SudburyThe Canadian Cancer Society hosted its fifth annual Colours of Hope 5K event in
The Sudbury Star / Posted 17 hours ago
The Canadian Cancer Society hosted its fifth annual Colours of Hope 5K event in Sudbury on Saturday. This year, the event was moved to Kivi Park, Sudbury’s newest outdoor attraction. Colours of Hope 5K Sudbury is a family-friendly, non-competitive 5... Read more
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BC Local News
Murder mystery helps raise money for Tour de Rockare all policemen - it's not a great place to murder anyone" said Bullock, addi
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
are all policemen - it's not a great place to murder anyone" said Bullock, adding they also didn't want to implicate the Canadian Cancer Society in any kind of crime. "We decided we could get a parallel plot involving murder and corruption with... Read more
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The North Island Gazette
Murder mystery helps raise money for Tour de Rockare all policemen – it’s not a great place to murder anyone” said Bullock, addi
The North Island Gazette / Posted yesterday
are all policemen – it’s not a great place to murder anyone” said Bullock, adding they also didn’t want to implicate the Canadian Cancer Society in any kind of crime. “We decided we could get a parallel plot involving murder and corruption with... Read more
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The Sault Star
‘I was very lucky’Marathon of Hope stopped in the Sault on Aug. 12, 1980. Over the next month, ci
The Sault Star / Posted 2 days ago
Marathon of Hope stopped in the Sault on Aug. 12, 1980. Over the next month, city residents donated more than $110,000 to Canadian Cancer Society. Fox, whose right leg was amputated above his knee in 1977 because of bone cancer, ended his run... Read more
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New Kerala
Economical-sponsored Relay For Life events raise USD 1.35 million for the fight against cancer - newkerala news #272640TORONTO, Sept. 17, 2017 : The Canadian Cancer Society reported today that USD 1
New Kerala / Posted 2 days ago
TORONTO, Sept. 17, 2017 : The Canadian Cancer Society reported today that USD 1.35 million was raised at 11 Relay For Life events where Economical Insurance was the presenting sponsor. Economical accepted the Relay baton by contributing $110,500 to... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
Free prostate screenings coming to ParksvilleKenno convinced 15 fellow golfers to pony up $100 each for a mini-tournament.
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 3 days ago
Kenno convinced 15 fellow golfers to pony up $100 each for a mini-tournament. The $1,600 raised that year was sent to the Canadian Cancer Society. A short time later, Kenno was in Victoria for treatment when he stumbled upon the Island Prostate... Read more
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BC Local News
Free prostate screenings coming to ParksvilleKenno convinced 15 fellow golfers to pony up $100 each for a mini-tournament.
BC Local News / Posted 4 days ago
Kenno convinced 15 fellow golfers to pony up $100 each for a mini-tournament. The $1,600 raised that year was sent to the Canadian Cancer Society. A short time later, Kenno was in Victoria for treatment when he stumbled upon the Island Prostate... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Sooke teacher offers to shave head if students raise $10,000 for Tour De RockEdward Milne Community School teacher Angus McCowan is on the cutting block – o
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 4 days ago
Edward Milne Community School teacher Angus McCowan is on the cutting block – or at least his hair is. As the Canadian Cancer Society Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock begins next week, EMCS students are hoping to raise $10,000 Should the students raise... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Sooke teacher offers to shave head if students raise $10,000 for Tour De RockEdward Milne Community School teacher Angus McCowan is on the cutting block – o
Oak Bay News / Posted 4 days ago
Edward Milne Community School teacher Angus McCowan is on the cutting block – or at least his hair is. As the Canadian Cancer Society Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock begins next week, EMCS students are hoping to raise $10,000 Should the students raise... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Sooke teacher offers to shave head if students raise $10,000 for Tour De RockEdward Milne Community School teacher Angus McCowan is on the cutting block – o
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
Edward Milne Community School teacher Angus McCowan is on the cutting block – or at least his hair is. As the Canadian Cancer Society Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock begins next week, EMCS students are hoping to raise $10,000 Should the students raise... Read more
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BC Local News
Community leaders ‘arrested’ across Greater Victoria today for Cops for Cancerand Bail today (Sept. 15) from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Hillside mall food cour
BC Local News / Posted 4 days ago
and Bail today (Sept. 15) from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Hillside mall food court. These "arrests" are in support of the Canadian Cancer Society Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock. Oak Bay Fire Chief Dave Cockle, seen here arrested last year, is... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Community leaders ‘arrested’ across Greater Victoria today for Cops for Cancerand Bail today (Sept. 15) from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Hillside mall food cour
Oak Bay News / Posted 4 days ago
and Bail today (Sept. 15) from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Hillside mall food court. These “arrests” are in support of the Canadian Cancer Society Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock. Oak Bay Fire Chief Dave Cockle, seen here arrested last year, is... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Community leaders ‘arrested’ across Greater Victoria today for Cops for Cancerand Bail today (Sept. 15) from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Hillside mall food cour
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
and Bail today (Sept. 15) from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Hillside mall food court. These “arrests” are in support of the Canadian Cancer Society Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock. Oak Bay Fire Chief Dave Cockle, seen here arrested last year, is... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Community leaders ‘arrested’ across Greater Victoria today for Cops for Cancerand Bail today (Sept. 15) from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Hillside mall food cour
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 4 days ago
and Bail today (Sept. 15) from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Hillside mall food court. These “arrests” are in support of the Canadian Cancer Society Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock. Oak Bay Fire Chief Dave Cockle, seen here arrested last year, is... Read more
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BC Local News
Cowichan Valley man completes cross-Canada bike trip11 and biking for more than 7,500 kilometre across Canada. MacKenzie, a retire
BC Local News / Posted 5 days ago
11 and biking for more than 7,500 kilometre across Canada. MacKenzie, a retired Mountie, raised more than $35,000 for the Canadian Cancer Society during the trip. "It was very exciting biking the last leg to the Bay of Fundy with a police... Read more
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Lake Cowichan Gazette
Cowichan Valley man completes cross-Canada bike trip11 and biking for more than 7,500 kilometre across Canada. MacKenzie, a retire
Lake Cowichan Gazette / Posted 5 days ago
11 and biking for more than 7,500 kilometre across Canada. MacKenzie, a retired Mountie, raised more than $35,000 for the Canadian Cancer Society during the trip. “It was very exciting biking the last leg to the Bay of Fundy with a police... Read more
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Northumberland Today
Candlelit walk for breast cancer researchwork of a wonderful bunch of Cobourg and Port Hope volunteers, she added, the e
Northumberland Today / Posted 5 days ago
work of a wonderful bunch of Cobourg and Port Hope volunteers, she added, the event has raised more than $174,000 for the Canadian Cancer Society and its breast-cancer research. When participants gather in Port Hope this year, there will be quite... Read more
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BC Local News
One cell tower’s rejection is another’s approvalwas the only member of council to back both telecommunication towers. In resea
BC Local News / Posted 5 days ago
was the only member of council to back both telecommunication towers. In researching data, Reay said websites from the Canadian Cancer Society to the World Health Organization suggested health concerns were minimal. "I'm trying to step back... Read more
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Oak Bay News
One cell tower’s rejection is another’s approvalwas the only member of council to back both telecommunication towers. In resea
Oak Bay News / Posted 5 days ago
was the only member of council to back both telecommunication towers. In researching data, Reay said websites from the Canadian Cancer Society to the World Health Organization suggested health concerns were minimal. “I’m trying to step back... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
One cell tower’s rejection is another’s approvalwas the only member of council to back both telecommunication towers. In resea
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 5 days ago
was the only member of council to back both telecommunication towers. In researching data, Reay said websites from the Canadian Cancer Society to the World Health Organization suggested health concerns were minimal. “I’m trying to step back... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
One cell tower’s rejection is another’s approvalwas the only member of council to back both telecommunication towers. In resea
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 5 days ago
was the only member of council to back both telecommunication towers. In researching data, Reay said websites from the Canadian Cancer Society to the World Health Organization suggested health concerns were minimal. “I’m trying to step back... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Cambrian Ford supports Run for the CureMore than 80,000 Canadians are expected to join forces on Sunday, October 1 for
The Sudbury Star / Posted 5 days ago
More than 80,000 Canadians are expected to join forces on Sunday, October 1 for the annual Canadian Cancer Society CIBC Run for the Cure. The event, which takes place in 56 locations across Canada, is the largest single-day volunteer-led event... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Run for the Cure set for Oct. 1 in SudburyMore than 80,000 Canadians are expected to join forces on Sunday, Oct. 1, for t
The Sudbury Star / Posted 6 days ago
More than 80,000 Canadians are expected to join forces on Sunday, Oct. 1, for the 26th annual Canadian Cancer Society CIBC Run for the Cure. The event - taking place in 56 locations from coast to coast - is the largest single-day, volunteer-led... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Whitty named Grape KingAvenue farm has also become home to community activities, including the annual
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 6 days ago
Avenue farm has also become home to community activities, including the annual Grapes of Wrath Mud Run, supporting the Canadian Cancer Society Wheels of Hope program. Whitty donates his property as well as his time to the event, spending about... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Whitty named Grape KingAvenue farm has also become home to community activities, including the annual
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 6 days ago
Avenue farm has also become home to community activities, including the annual Grapes of Wrath Mud Run, supporting the Canadian Cancer Society Wheels of Hope program. Whitty donates his property as well as his time to the event, spending about... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Whitty named Grape KingAvenue farm has also become home to community activities, including the annual
Welland Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
Avenue farm has also become home to community activities, including the annual Grapes of Wrath Mud Run, supporting the Canadian Cancer Society Wheels of Hope program. Whitty donates his property as well as his time to the event, spending about... Read more
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BC Local News
SURREY EVENTS CALENDAR for Sept. 13 and beyondSurreyurbanscreen.ca. WORKSHOPS Free Supportive Cancer Care Workshop on Wedne
BC Local News / Posted 6 days ago
Surreyurbanscreen.ca. WORKSHOPS Free Supportive Cancer Care Workshop on Wednesday, Sept 27, 10 am to 3:30 pm, at Canadian Cancer Society, Surrey/North Delta Office, #150-10362 King George Blvd, Surrey. Event presented by Medical Doctors... Read more
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BC Local News
Coping with cancer in the workforcehave a nap respite. It allows for people to work longer hours and be more produ
BC Local News / Posted 6 days ago
have a nap respite. It allows for people to work longer hours and be more productive on the job," Parkinson said. "At our Canadian Cancer Society office in Toronto we are walking the walk by instituting a nap room. It's a simple thing to do but it... Read more
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Penticton Western News
Coping with cancer in the workforcehave a nap respite. It allows for people to work longer hours and be more produ
Penticton Western News / Posted 6 days ago
have a nap respite. It allows for people to work longer hours and be more productive on the job,” Parkinson said. “At our Canadian Cancer Society office in Toronto we are walking the walk by instituting a nap room. It’s a simple thing to do but it... Read more
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