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2012

Brandt Group of Companies donates $50,000 to Canadian Cancer Society

November 2012 - The Canadian Cancer Society is the latest beneficiary of Brandt’s “Thanks a Billion” program


Moose Jaw voters encouraged to support health-minded candidates in upcoming election

October 2012 - The Canadian Cancer Society is asking Moose Jaw voters to consider community health when they choose who to vote for in the upcoming civic election.


Prince Albert voters encouraged to support health-minded candidates this coming election

October 2012 - The Canadian Cancer Society is asking Prince Albert voters to consider community health when they choose who to vote for in the upcoming civic election.


Saskatoon voters encouraged to support health-minded candidates this coming election

October 2012 - The Canadian Cancer Society is asking Saskatoon voters to consider community health when they choose who to vote for in the upcoming civic election.


Stadium not the only issue Regina voters should consider this election

October 2012 - The Canadian Cancer Society is asking Regina voters to consider community health when they choose who to vote for in the upcoming civic election.


Weyburn voters encouraged to support health-minded candidates in upcoming election

October 2012 - The Canadian Cancer Society is asking voters in Weyburn to consider community health when they choose who to vote for in the upcoming civic election.


Saskatchewan youth smoking rates highest in Canada 9 years running

September 2012 - A national smoking survey just released by Statistics Canada shows that for the 9th year in a row Saskatchewan has the highest youth smoking rate in the country.


Cancer control groups hope photos will shock young people into using protection

September 2012 - Health groups are hoping a photographic image will be enough to convince young adults to protect their skin from the sun, and avoid using indoor tanning beds.


Canadian cancer death rate down

May 2012 - Lower smoking rates, better screening and treatment account for drop, but much more needs to be done to tackle leading cause of death in Canada


$4 million investment in colorectal screening will save lives

March 2012 - The Canadian Cancer Society applauds the government’s decision to expand the colorectal screening program.