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Why join the Canadian Cancer Society?

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As Canada’s largest national health charity, we fund the most promising cancer research, champion cancer prevention efforts and deliver programs and services that benefit Canadians affected by cancer. Join us and you can work with passionate and committed individuals from coast to coast who are working towards a world where no Canadian fears cancer.



We believe in enabling our employees to live healthy lives. We provide a variety of benefits including medical and dental coverage, life and disability insurance, paid sick time and a wellness account to help make healthy living easier for our employees.

Pension Plan

Pension plan

To help our employees save for retirement, we provide a Defined Contribution Pension Plan.

Corporate Gym Membership

Corporate gym membership

At least 30 minutes of moderate activity a day can make a difference in reducing your cancer risk. That’s why we offer our employees a corporate membership rate at a national gym. Employees can even use their wellness account to cover the cost.

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Casual dress

Our employees can be comfortable and dress casually 5 days a week (not just on Fridays)!

Work Life

Work-life balance

Along with challenging projects, a great work environment and passionate teammates, we believe it’s important to have time away from the office too. We offer paid vacation time, personal days, bonus days off during the winter holidays and flexible work arrangements.


Location, location, location

As a nationwide organization, we have offices, employees and career opportunities all across Canada.

Career Opportunities 

Want to join us?

We are looking for talented, passionate and inspiring people who share our vision of a world where no Canadian fears cancer. Check out our current openings!



Researcher Dr Stuart Peacock Research at the Canadian Centre for Applied Research in Cancer Control led to a new standard in leukemia testing.

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Great progress has been made

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Some cancers, such as thyroid and testicular, have survival rates of over 90%. Other cancers, such as pancreatic, brain and esophageal, continue to have very low survival rates.

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