Pickle Lake: The Canadian Cancer Society Relay For Life is back in person on June 11

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For over 20 years, Canadians, including Pickle Lake residents have united with communities across the country to support the Canadian Cancer Society Relay For Life and provide hope to all those living with and beyond cancer.

After two years of a virtual format due to the pandemic, this year, we are excited to announce the return of Relay For Life in-person events! We’re looking forward to safely gathering in person, raising funds to support Canadians with cancer and honour those we love. CCS is committed to implementing physical distancing and protecting the well-being and safety of people living with cancer, event participants, our donors, volunteers, staff, and supporters.

The 2 in 5 Canadians expected to be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime need your support now more than ever. That’s why on Saturday, June 11, we’re inviting all Pickle Lake residents to join this year’s Relay For Life and come together to give hope to people affected by cancer, support Participants of Hope in our communities and change the future of cancer forever.

Signing up and fundraising for Relay For Life is the most impactful way for you to support residents of Pickle Lake living with cancer. With the help of Pickle Lakeresidents, we can make a difference in the lives of Canadians with cancer at every stage of their journey.

Join us in person on June 11 and register at relayforlife.ca, or register for Relay Your Way – a Relay site for everyone, no matter where you live.

Best regards, 

Josianne Béliveau

Director, Signature Programs

Canadian Cancer Society

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