Robert Lawrie, Toronto, ON (Chair)
Norman Bellefontaine, Burlington, ON
Susan Ewanick, West Kelowna, BC
Dr David Huntsman, Vancouver, BC
Veni Iozzo, Toronto, ON
Dr David Malkin, Toronto, ON
Wayne McDonald, Riverview, NB
James Moore, Port Moody, BC
Patricia North, Toronto, ON
Pierre Richard, Repentigny, QC
Bruce Rothney, Toronto, ON
Gail Rudderham Chernin, Sydney, NS
Valerie Steele, Toronto, ON
Shauna Sullivan Curley, Charlottetown, PE
Anne Vézina, Westmount, QC
Michael Woods, St. John's, NL
The Canadian Cancer Society’s national office and each of its provincial offices are accountable to a volunteer board of directors. The board’s responsibilities include governance, leadership, public accountability, establishing the Society’s nation-wide and provincial priorities and acting as a trustee on behalf of Canadians.
Within about 12 hours of being at Camp Goodtime, everything started to change, and that week was cathartic, transformative. It was the first time I got to know myself.
What’s the lifetime risk of getting cancer?
The latest Canadian Cancer Statistics report shows about half of Canadians are expected to be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime.