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Public service announcements

Our public service announcements (PSAs) provide important messages about cancer prevention and the services offered by the Canadian Cancer Society.

PSAs help the Society build awareness, promote important community services, recruit volunteers and support special fundraising events. PSAs are available in print format for newspapers and magazines, video for TV and audio for radio.

For more information about PSAs, contact

  • Cancer changes everything

    Whether you have cancer or you are a caregiver, family member or friend, cancer can change everything. But it doesn't have to be this way. We can change cancer. With the support of our donors and volunteers, the Canadian Cancer Society continues to make great strides in preventing cancer, saving lives and supporting people living with cancer. Change depends on you.

    Watch our 30-second PSA.

    Download the PDF version

    Listen to our radio PSA

  • Relay For Life

    Relay For Life is an inspiring, non-competitive, 12-hour overnight fundraising event. Relay brings together nearly 200,000 people from across Canada to celebrate cancer survivors, to remember loved ones lost, to support those who have cancer and to empower communities and individuals to fight back against cancer.

    Promo video

    Watch these 30-second PSAs.



    Fight back

  • Daffodil Month
    Buy a daffodil. Support Canadians living with cancer

    Watch the following 10-second PSA:

    Watch the following 15-second PSA:

    Watch the following 30-second PSA:


  • Fight back

    Join the fight for life by donating space for these PSAs.

    Watch the following 30-second PSAs:

    See our PDF versions of national printed materials:

For more information or to obtain copies of public service announcements in New Brunswick, contact:

Paula White
Manager, Communications



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