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Ottawa Regional Office

116 Albert Street, Suite 500

Ottawa, Ontario, K1P5G3

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Phone: (613) 723-1744

Fax: (613) 723-8967


Hours of operation:

Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Serving the communities of:

Ottawa, West Carleton, Kanata, Stittsville, Nepean, Gloucester-Cumberland, Rideau-Osgoode, Kemptville, Merrickville, Smiths Falls, Brockville, Prescott, Almonte, Carleton Place and Pakenham

How to find us:

  • Losing your hair from chemo? Free wigs available here...

    Wig Salon (613) 723-1744 ext. 3610.

    In order to ensure a proper fit we ask that you have a clean shaven head prior to your appointment.

    Thanks to support from the Regis Corporation the following locations will provide a free clipper cut with zero guard, should you need one:

    Free wigs available to cancer patients with 2 locations for your convenience! By appointment only!

    Chartwell -New Edinburgh Square, 420 MacKay St, Suite 302

    Chartwell Kanata - 20 Shirley’s Brook Drive

    Gently used wig donations accepted at all Ottawa Chartwell locations and Cancer Centres.

    For more information on donating hair click here.

    Wheels of Hope

    Patients registered with our Wheels of Hope transportation service will be picked up and taken to their appointment by a volunteer driver. This is a shared-ride program that not only provides transportation but also offers a friendly, supportive environment along the way.

    New patients who register with Wheels of Hope will be required to pay a registration fee. Children 18 years old or under will not be charged. If you are unable to pay the full registration fee, you may be eligible for assistance through our compassionate program.

    For more information, click here: Wheels of Hope

  • Relay For Life

    Thank you to everyone who participated in Relay For Life on June 15, 2018 at Charmaine Hooper Fields on Colonnade Road. Because of the amazing support of our community, we raised over $150,000!

    Stay tuned for more information about Relay For Life 2019! Visit

    For all questions, please contact Debbie at or by phone at (613) 723-1744 ext. 3618

  • Upcoming Events

    Neon Night Fun Run in Kemptville

    Neon Night is a 5 km and 2 km non-competitive fun run/walk for all ages and abilities, that takes place at night. The 5th annual Neon Night in Kemptville, was on Saturday, September 22 at Riverside Park in Kemptville (200 Reuben Cres) and raised over $100,000!! Congratulations and thank you to everyone who helped us get to this amazing achievement.

    Participants are encouraged to wear their brightest running/walking gear to help illuminate the night all in the fight against childhood cancer. After signing in on event day, join us for a Pre-run fun with face painting, BBQ, entertainment, special guests and so much more!

    For more information, please visit our Facebook page at  

    Radon Testing for your Home

    Take action! Test your home for radon. Learn more and order your test kit at

  • Volunteer opportunities

    For more information please contact or (613) 723-1744 ext.3622.

    For upcoming events looking for volunteers, please visit

    A quick overview of some of the options available for volunteers:

    Community Services:

    • Volunteer drivers

    • Peer Support volunteers

    • Wig Salon volunteers

    Outreach & Fundraising:

    • Cancer Prevention volunteers (presentations & displays)

    • Advocacy volunteers

    • Relay For Life

    • Neon Night in Kemptville


    • Reception volunteers

    • Office administrative volunteers

    • Stewardship volunteers

    • Volunteer Engagement support

  • Tweets
  • Cars For Cancer!

    Cars For Cancer is offering a $150-$300 donation in your name for your unwanted vehicle. FREE PICK UP & REMOVAL is provided.


    Visit Cars For Cancer Ottawa for more information.  Contact them today by e-mail for a quote on your vehicle at SCRAPTHATCRAP@LIVE.COM anytime, from anywhere in the Ottawa/Gatineau and surrounding area. 

    Contact (613) 325-3964 today to clean out your driveway! 



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