Every year across this province everyone from individuals to businesses give of their time and energy to raise money for the Cancer Foundation of Saskatchewan to support the work of the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency. At the heart of every event is the goal of helping patients with cancer. The Foundation cannot thank everyone enough for their time and dedication in putting events on.

C95 Radio Marathon for Breast Cancer Research

Details Coming Soon for 2020

The C95 Radio Marathon for Breast Cancer Research takes place on October 25, 2019 and will celebrate 20 years this fall raising over $4.6 million for breast cancer research conducted in Saskatchewan.

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Choc’laCure

Nov. 2, 2019

Choc’laCure is a signature event on the Saskatoon social calendar that should not be missed. It supports equipment purchases at the Saskatoon Cancer Centre through the Cancer Foundation of Saskatchewan.

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Prairie Women on Snowmobiles

February 1 - 7, 2020

Prairie Women on Snowmobiles was formed in 2001 when two friends, one a breast cancer survivor, decided to snowmobile across Saskatchewan to raise funds for breast cancer research.

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Brayden Ottenbreit Close Cuts for Cancer

Coming Soon for 2020

Brayden Ottenbreit Close Cuts for Cancer is an annual head shaving event that started in 1998 when Brayden Ottenbreit, a young boy from Yorkton, was diagnosed with cancer.

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Lisa Davidson

It can be tough to find the positive when you are told you have cancer but Lisa Davidson from Regina tried to do just that. Just before the Labour Day Long Weekend in 2016, her suspicions were confirmed…breast cancer.

Sam Kliman

Sam Kliman has an attitude…and it was an important part of his cancer journey. Ten years ago the Regina resident was in his early 30’s and enjoying life; golfing, staying fit, hanging out with friends and loving his job.

Louise Bird

You can’t help but be impressed with Louise Bird’s attitude. The two-time cancer survivor, mother to four children, one step-child and grandma to ten grandchildren had a simple mantra while battling breast cancer.