CCS adapting to COVID-19 realities to support Canadians during and after the pandemic
Nearly nine in ten Canadians want an extension to EI sickness benefits that will support Canadians through cancer treatment and recovery
88% of Canadians support extending the sickness benefit to at least 26 weeks whether funded by employers or out of their own pocket
On World Cancer Day, preventing the continued spread of COVID-19 is the best way to support those affected by cancerThis year, the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) is focused on rallying Canadians, governments and healthcare leaders to take action to protect people with cancer and help save lives
First-of-its-kind fund to accelerate cancer research in Atlantic CanadaThe Canadian Cancer Society and J.D. Irving, Limited, team up to launch a new research fund to support region with highest cancer incidence rate
At the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS), our vision is a world where no one fears cancer. With the support of our volunteers and donors, we improve and save lives by taking a comprehensive approach to our work against more than 100 types of cancer. CCS funds research, provides services to those living with cancer, advocates on important cancer-related issues and educates and empowers people to make healthy choices.