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North Bay & District Community Office

176 Lakeshore Drive, Unit 11
North Bay, Ontario
P1A 2A8

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Phone: 705-472-9072
Toll-free: 1-888-208-2125
Fax: 705-472-9084

Hours of operation:

Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Serving the communities of:

Burk's Falls, Callander, Magnetawan and area, Mattawa, Parry Sound, Powassan, South River, Sundridge, Temiskaming Shores and West Nipissing.

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  • Upcoming Events

    Canadian Cancer Society CIBC Run For The Cure

    September 30, 2018 - North Bay Waterfront/Memorial Drive
    Go to: CIBC Run For The Cure to REGISTER or to VOLUNTEER

    CAA presents PINK IN THE RINK - North Bay Battalion Game

    October 18, 2018 - Memorial Gardens - doors open @ 6pm - game gets underway @ 7pm
    Featuring: Silent Auction on Battalion player's game worn Pink In The Rink jerseys; Chuck-A-Puck for amazing prizes & SugarDaddy Cupcakes will be available for purchase.

    Pink Ribbon Selling Weekend

    October 18, 19 & 20, 2018 - various locations around North Bay – reserve your shift – click here
    Make a donation and receive a pink ribbon to show your support of Breast Cancer.

    Hold Your Own Event

    Get started now by visiting Cancer Fighters
    Contact:  Debbie Marson, Community Fundraising Specialist for more information on how you can help. 705-472-9072 x3737

  • Volunteer opportunities & messages

    CURRENT Volunteer Opportunities:

    • Volunteer for our Pink Ribbon selling weekend - October 18, 19 & 20, 2018 - various locations around North Bay. You can review our shift list and pick a date/time and location that works for you - reserve a shift online at: Reserve A Shift
    • Become a volunteer driver for the Wheels of Hope Transportation Program
    • Register for volunteer opportunities here:

    For more information, contact the office at 705-472-9072 ext 3735 or email Lindsey Jones, Volunteer Coordinator, at

    Ongoing opportunities

    Share your valuable time and talents as a volunteer with the Canadian Cancer Society.

    We are seeking volunteers in the following areas:

    • Drivers: Assist clients in getting to and from cancer treatment and appointments. Learn how by visiting our Wheels Of Hope page.
    • Peer To Peer support: Through your own cancer journey experience you offer encouragement, comfort and practical support. Become a Peer To Peer volunteer.
    • Prevention and Advocacy: Promote healthy living and risk reduction through prevention or advocate on behalf of the Canadian Cancer Society.
    • Special Events and Fundraising Campaigns: Volunteer to help plan, set up, support on event day or organize your own fundraising event.
    • Office: Administrative Reception and data entry assistance. Volunteer at your community office.
    • Youth Opportunities: Fundraise, lead, prevent, advocate - there are many ways for Youth to earn your community hours while getting involved with the Canadian Cancer Society.

    Apply now!

    To learn more about any of these opportunities, call or email today. We would love to welcome you to our team!

    For more information, contact the office at 705-472-9072 ext 3735 or email Lindsey Jones, Volunteer Coordinator, at



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