Princess Margaret Cancer Centre and related websites
The Taylor Cup is a three-day round robin tournament on a frozen patch of lake. Teams will take to the ice at the Bayview Wildwood Resort on Sparrow Lake, just north of Orillia. The money raised will benefit Sarcoma Research.
On Valentine's Day, join us for our 9th annual Retro Gala- A Cure in the Future at the Bellvue Manor! You will enjoy an evening packed with entertainment.
Harry's Spring Run Off is a 5k or 8k run or walk through the beautiful High Park in Toronto. All proceeds benefit Prostate Cancer Research at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre.
The Run or Walk to Conquer Cancer is held in association with The Goodlife Fitness Toronto Marathon. All participants must register with the marathon and are encouraged to raise funds for the area at The Princess Margaret that means most to them.
Toronto is about to get really muddy! Mud Hero makes history with the first true Mud and Obstacle Run with the CN Tower as the backdrop. Fundraise for The PMCF!
Harry Rosen is proud to present the 2nd Annual Golf to Conquer Cancer (G2CC). This year, the G2CC event will be hosted at both Coppinwood Golf Club and Granite Golf Club.
Join us on June 19-20, 2015 in Parry Sound for the 12th Annual RACH 3-Pitch Tournament. Enter a team and enjoy a Friday night fish fry, live music, silent auction and of course the tournament! Team registration is a minimum donation ONLINE of $200
Join us for the 3rd Annual Journey to Conquer Cancer on Sunday, June 21st, 2015. Raise funds for any area of cancer research, clinic, lab, fund or patient care program. No fundraising minimum, kids are free, with 1k, 3k and 5k run or walk options.
The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation’s world-leading Road Hockey to Conquer Cancer event is very excited to announce a partnership with VIA Rail Canada
Today, The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation launches the #NoHairSelfie campaign, a new digital fundraising effort showing support for the thousands of Canadians undergoing cancer treatment. #NoHairSelfie encourages people to shave their heads – actually or virtually -- on World Cancer Day, February 4, 2015.
On Dec. 19, 2014, staff from Princess Margaret Cancer Centre and University Health Network (UHN) gathered to honour the inspiring and influential career of Dr. Pamela Catton.
A new biotech company, Northern Biologics, is a partnership based in Toronto that includes Princess Margaret Cancer Centre and the University of Toronto. The company has licensed intellectual property from these partners including drug leads and a new antibody generation platform.
Every year, staff and volunteers at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre are nominated for their exemplary service by patients and their families for The Gerald Kirsh Humanitarian Awards. The 14th annual celebration was held on November 24, 2014.
Prostate cancer researchers have developed a genetic test to identify which men are at highest risk for their prostate cancer to come back after localized treatment with surgery or radiotherapy.
The Jesse and Julie Rasch Foundation of Toronto has played an important role in helping to gain a greater understanding of cancer, with the goal that this will lead to the development of new anti-cancer agents.
The Max Tanenbaum Healing Garden, created for patients and their families and the staff of Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, officially opened on Monday, November 10, 2014. The opening ceremonies included a ribbon-cutting, lovely music themed on colours of the rainbow and words of appreciation delivered by Marnie Escaf, Vice-President of University Health Network and site leader for Princess Margaret Cancer Centre and Susan Clarke, Nurse Manager for the Bone Marrow Transplant Unit