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The Canadian Cancer Society is fully committed to transparency and accountability. We exercise prudent judgment in balancing the stewardship of the organization’s financial resources with the costs needed to carry out our mission across Canada. We take pride in the great care, respect and responsibility we bring to managing every donor dollar we receive.
Charities are legally required to file a Registered Charity Information Return (T3010) to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). It discloses financial information including the Society’s programs, fundraising activities and executive compensation. As of February 1, 2015, the Society’s internal provincial divisions and the national office have amalgamated their business numbers under the Canada Revenue Agency. As a result, CRA no longer provides access to the provincial divisions’ separate T3010. Read the most recent T3010 for the National Office. In 2016, the Society’s amalgamated Charity Information Return for fiscal February 1, 2015 to January 31, 2016, will be available on the CRA website.
The Canadian Cancer Society has more impact, against more cancers, in more communities, than any other cancer charity in Canada. Read our annual reports and find out how we’re making a meaningful difference to Canadians.
As of February 1, 2015, the Society’s internal provincial divisions and the national office have amalgamated their business numbers under the Canada Revenue Agency. As a result, access to the provincial divisions’ separate T3010 is no longer available with the CRA. You can obtain the Canadian Cancer Society New Brunswick’s T3010 by contacting 1-800-455-9090 or email@example.com.
A clinical trial led by the Society’s NCIC Clinical Trials group found that men with prostate cancer who are treated with intermittent courses of hormone therapy live as long as those receiving continuous therapy.