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Waterloo-Wellington Community Office

380 Jamieson Parkway, Unit 12
Cambridge, Ontario
N3C 4N4
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Phone: 519-249-0074
Fax: 519-249-0080

Email: waterloo-wellington@ontario.cancer.ca


Hours of operation:

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


Serving the communities of:

Waterloo Region, Wellington County and surrounding townships.

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  • News and events

    Relay For Life (Friday, June 16th, 2017)

    Come join us on Friday June 16 - 17 at the Waterloo Regional Police Association from 7pm - 7am. Register today!

    Mudmoiselle (Saturday, September 16th, 2017)

    We are excited to announce our newest event, Mudmoiselle! The Mudmoiselle obstacle course is a 5K stretch of the muckiest, filthiest, slimiest mud. It’s where your inner child runs free while testing your endurance, strength and determination.  This event is open to all fitness levels - it's all about building a support team around you while raising money for cancer research.

  • Volunteer Opportunities

    The Waterloo-Wellington Community Office is always looking for dedicated people to help make a big difference in our community. We have volunteer positions in a variety of areas. Below is a list of our current volunteer opportunities.

    Relay For Life (Friday, June 16th, 2017)

    We are looking for Event Day Volunteers for our 2017 Relay For Life Waterloo - Wellington event. Please visit watwellrelay.myccsschedule.ca

    For more information about any volunteer opportunity listed above or to apply, please contact the office at 519-886-8888. The volunteer application form can be found at www.cancer.ca/volunteernow and current volunteer opportunities can always be found at www.myccsschedule.ca

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