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Coast to Coast Against Cancer Foundation Appoints New Executive Director

March 10, 2017

Coast to Coast Against Cancer Foundation Distributes $4.1M to Childhood Cancer Charities across Canada for 2016

January 11, 2017

Seventh Annual Sears National Kids Cancer Ride Raises Funds and Awareness for Children Living with and Beyond Cancer

September 19, 2015

September 19, 2014 – As they dipped their rear wheels in the Pacific Ocean in White Rock, BC on Thursday, September 4, 18 cyclists embarked on a journey across Canada to raise funds and awareness for children living with and beyond cancer.

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Community Connection: Inside ride | CTV Winnipeg News

September 28, 2014

Hydro One Partners with Coast To Coast Against Cancer Foundation To Raise Over $118,000 For Childhood Cancer Programs

September 17, 2014

Hydro One employees recently participated in one of the most successful Inside Ride events, raising more than $118,000 in support of childhood cancer support programs in Ontario. The event was held simultaneously at Hydro One locations in Markham and downtown Toronto, linked by live video and audio feeds.

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Camp Trillium: Better than anything medicine can do

August 17, 2014

Dr. Roman Preobrazenski of Port Credit was one of 400 cyclists who took part in the annual Tour for Kids Ontario fundraising ride. He arrived at Camp Trillium in Waterford on Saturday, Aug. 16, 2014. Proceeds went to three camps in Ontario, including Camp Trillium. DANIEL R. PEARCE/SIMCOE REFORMER

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Veterinary Surgeon Cycles for a Cause

July 25, 2014

About 10 years ago, clinical studies professor Tom Gibson took up road cycling – and loved it. One of his cycling buddies suggested he join in a fundraising event in 2005 called “Ride for Karen.” The route was 100 km, and the participants raised money for cancer research.

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The Inside Ride at David Suzuki Secondary School

June 1, 2014

David Suzuki Secondary School was the site of an awesome fundraiser, self-titled by the school as “kids helping kids” and part of the larger initiative, “Coast to Coast Against Kids Cancer Foundation.”

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CTV Barrie: Ride to fight cancer | CTV Barrie News

May 11, 2014

Students and staff took part in a special indoor bike ride to help those affected by childhood cancer.

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Ride does Rourke proud

April 4, 2014

The third annual OSCVI Inside Ride raised $27,500 for Childcan Thursday with the help of this team from Bayview Public School. From the left, Brynna Kirkwood, Nate Foster, teacher Andrew Warwick, rider Kindred Scott-Strong, Lauren Radbourne and Isabel Drummond. Childcan helps families pay for hospital parking, meals and other incidentals incurred while they’re with their child with cancer in hospital.

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OSCVI Fundraiser For Cancer Victims

April 4, 2014

Families dealing with cancer got some help from Owen Sound and area young people on Thursday.

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Take the Lane is changing lanes

September 27, 2013

Beginning in October, look for me at a new location. After almost 30 years at the Waterloo Region Record (aka The Record, The Kitchener-Waterloo Record and various other iterations), I have been offered and accepted a buyout.

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Why young adults with cancer have distinct needs

July 10, 2013

Lynsey Frangakis is a fighter. Two years ago, the 24-year-old marketing manager at a private golf club in Guelph, Ont., started having seizures around 20 to 25 times a day. A doctor’s visit led to an MRI, which led to an emergency appointment at the hospital, where she was told that for the previous five years, a tumour had been growing in her brain.

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LEO BAECK FUNDRAISER HONOURS LEUKEMIA VICTIM

June 17, 2013

The Leo Baeck Day School honoured the memory of Tamara Rose Bernstein June 18 with “The Inside Ride,” a cycling event to raise funds and awareness for childhood cancer.

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Ladies Out Laughing raises more than $60K

May 24, 2013

Sandra Ware, left, and Frances Elliott were among the more than 500 attendees at the sixth Ladies Out Laughing (LOL) event on May 10 at the OE Banquet Hall. LOL has been held in Oakville since 2008, raising funds for cancer research and support services with an extremely popular, sold out comedy event each spring.

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Bike Trumps Cancer

May 17, 2013

Leukemia Survivor Cycles Across Country To Fight The Disease That Nearly Took Her Life

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Cancer survivor says she looks at the world in a completely different way

May 6, 2013

St. Mary’s Catholic High School hosted The Inside Ride as a celebration of student Maddie McIntyre beating cancer and returning to school.

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Riding to fight cancer

April 15, 2013

 If energy levels could be measured in dollars and cents, the students in the gym at Regiopolis-Notre Dame Catholic High School on Monday morning would have raised a million dollars.

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OVC surgeon’s passion for cycling, music making a difference for kids with cancer

March 25, 2013

What started out as a physical challenge for an OVC surgeon has turned into a lifelong commitment to raising funds and awareness in support of families dealing with cancer in children.

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Donors give in memory of Adam Fedosoff

March 9, 2013

While giving blood, Connor Macdonald chats with Lorraine Fedosoff during a memorial blood donor clinic for her son, Adam, Saturday, at the Canadian Blood Services in Barrie. Adam, age 17, passed away last year after battling leukemia. The event saw nearly 70 donors who rolled their sleeves to give blood for the effort. In Canada, each year 1,700 children and youths between the ages of birth and 19 are diagnosed with cancer. MARK WANZEL/BARRIE EXAMINER/QMI AGENCY

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Inside Ride to return

February 27, 2013

Skylar Rushton and Jayme Krane aren’t your typical University students. The pair has dedicated the last two years of their university careers to fighting childhood cancer.

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Free flights for cancer patients

September 28, 2012

When just a baby, Libby was diagnosed with a rare form of melanoma and needed to get to specialized cancer care at B.C Children’s Hospital, she and her mom got a free flight from Hope Air.

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Helping young cancer patients re-establish their place in the classroom

September 23, 2012

The students sat cross-legged on the classroom floor, ready for the day’s lesson: cancer.

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Inside ride fundraiser rolls through town

September 18, 2012

Bikers have never had so much fun riding in one place.

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Cycling Will Prove to be a Powerful Way to Fight Childhood Cancer

September 10, 2012

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness month. While most kids return to school in September, some don’t. Perhaps they are being treated for cancer that will strike 1500 new children in Canada every year. This is sobering. These children, unlike adults with cancer, haven’t had poor diets, smoked, or lacked exercise. So why? That’s for the experts to try to figure out and during this month, we hope that funds raised help them do that. One such organization on a fundraising mission is…

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Tour For Kids – Why we ride

August 18, 2012

Cycling coast to coast

July 30, 2012

Orangeville’s Tom Friedrich is training for a 17-day cycling trip as part of Coast to Coast Foundation’s fifth annual Sears National Kids Cancer Ride from Vancouver to Halifax starting on Sept. 5. He hopes to raise $30,000 through the ride. He has already raised more than $17,000.

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Pedal power at Willlowbrook Sears

July 25, 2012

Bob Ahuja took part in a spin-a-thon at the Willowbrook Sears on July 13, raising nearly $200. — Image Credit: Miranda Gathercole/Langley Times

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Cycling for cancer support

April 11, 2012

Kealey Clarke knows no amount of pedalling will bring back her best friend, Adam Fedosoff. But the Barrie teen will be hopping on a stationary bike to keep his memory alive and help a cause they both believed in – The Inside Ride for the Coast to Coast Against Cancer Foundation – to help others like Adam.

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Cancer crusader Adam Fedosoff dies

March 12, 2012

BARRIE – Adam Fedosoff, known for his tenacious fight against cancer through events like the Sears National Kids’ Cancer Ride, lost his battle with the disease March 11.

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Mattamy Homes’ Peter Gilgan donates $40 million to Sick Kids

March 7, 2012

Canadian philanthropist and homebuilder Peter Gilgan has donated $40 million to Sick Kids, the largest single private donation ever received by the hospital.

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$10,000 raised for Childcan

February 16, 2012

More than $10,000 was raised for Childcan, an organization that offers support for families facing childhood cancer, at a fundraiser at OSCVI on Wednesday.

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Youth Spirit Catcher Award winner announced

December 13, 2011

Kealey Clarke, centre, is the winner of the 2011 Youth Spirit Catcher Award in Barrie. She has been an exceptionally accomplished organizer, volunteer and fundraiser in her commitment to raising money for children living with cancer. Kealey was the lead organizer of the ‘Innisdale Secondary School The Inside Ride’ charity cycling event, which has raised close to $28,000 since the event began.

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Photograph – The Rick Hansen 25th Anniversary Relay

December 1, 2011

Medal Bearers Mark Burger and Josh Nelson complete their section of the Rick Hansen Relay on a tandem bike. In 2011 Mark and Josh cycled across Canada together on this bike, what makes the story even more incredible is that Josh is just sixteen has survived brain cancer. Together they raised $110,000 for the Coast to Coast against Cancer Foundation.

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How leadership is like riding a bike

October 12, 2011

This past weekend I went out for the final distance bike ride of the season. Afterwards, as I hung my bike up until spring, I reflected on the leadership lessons I learned during my first season as a cyclist. Most of them were learned six weeks into the season when I showed up to take part in a two day, 200km bike tour for a great cause.

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U16 Girls participate in Investors Group Spin-a-Thon

October 9, 2011

Coast To Coast Against Cancer Renee Savoie, Courtney Rawding, Robyn Lawlor & Lauren Armstrong recently participated in the Investors Group Spin-a-Thon.

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‘Friendly competition’ helps kids with cancer

September 20, 2011

More than $44,000 was raised for Camp Quality Northern Ontario through the National Inside Ride Tour event.

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Riding to beat childhood cancers

September 15, 2011

Pedal power is brightening the hope of Candlelighters Simcoe. The local childhood cancer support group hosts an Inside Ride Saturday to raise awareness and funds for its programs.

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AN ‘INSIDE RIDE’ TO SUPPORT CHILDREN WITH CANCER

September 8, 2011

With two feet and a heartbeat, the Dalhousie community is cycling for change this weekend on behalf of children plagued with cancer or brain tumours.

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Find the Joy – YouTube

August 25, 2011

Tour for Kids Ontario – inspired & tired

August 22, 2011

Friends, family – please read this: I have spent 12 years in endurance sport. I have some very satisfying sporting moments in my “memory chest” that, upon reflection, I think are pretty good. HawaiiIronman; Boston Marathon; podiums & awards. All of those are meaningless.

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Cyclists head out on weekend mission

August 18, 2011

They’re off! More than 500 cyclists left Bruce’s Mill Conservation Area in Whitchurch-Stouffville this morning for four days of cycling through central Ontario with Tour For Kids.

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Cyclists hit the road for cancer camps

August 16, 2011

More than 500 cyclists will leave from Bruce’s Mill Conservation Area in Whitchurch-Stouffville around 9 a.m. this Thursday as they head out for four days with Tour For Kids.

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Beaverton native back on the bike

August 16, 2011

Less than a year after peddling across Canada for the Sears National Kids Cancer Ride, Beaverton native Elizabeth Manley is hitting the road once again.

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Local cyclist resumes fight against childhood cancer

August 11, 2011

Jason Morningstar is getting back on his bike this month to fight childhood cancer. The Sarnia man is training to cycle 800 kilometres, from Toronto and into Muskoka and back, over the four days of the Ride For Kids fundraiser.

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Tour For Kids: Karlee’s Leukemia Journey

August 10, 2011

On Wednesday July 13th Kids Cancer Care put out an urgent request for volunteers to help with the Tour For Kids the upcoming weekend.  They had a miscommunication and were short 2 truck drivers and 2 riders for the 3 day bike ride through the Rockies.

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Gibson back on the bike to support kids with cancer

August 9, 2011

An OVC surgeon is on the road again this summer to raise funds in support of kids with cancer. Dr. Tom Gibson and a team of 47 riders – all alumni of last year’s Sears National Kids Cancer Ride (SNKCR) – will cycle more than 800 kilometres in the four-dayTour for Kids ride in Ontario Aug. 18-21.

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Community Spinning Event at Garden Square

August 8, 2011

The hard-working and dedicated people of Scotia McLeod and The Inside Ride recently teamed up for the first ever Inside Ride Community Event at Garden Square.

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Team Purple Cyclists Blend Fitness, Giving On 800-KM Ride

July 21, 2011

Ride for five to give to cancer

June 30, 2011

A five-minute bike ride is all it takes to help raise funds for cancer. ScotiaMcLeod is hosting a Community Spinning Event and Barbecue— The Inside Ride— to raise funds to benefit childhood cancers on Wednesday, July 6 at Garden Square.

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Third annual ring-toss tournament raises over $14,000

June 24, 2011

Kate Merner seemed to be just like everybody else at last year’s ring-toss tournament. She was there to have fun, hopefully win a few games and support a good cause along the way.

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Inside Ride at Innisdale SS

June 2, 2011

Feeling the excitement as students rode for the ‘Inside Ride’, my ears filled with the loud music, singing and cheers for participants.

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Inside Ride returns to WOSS

May 26, 2011

On Wednesday, May 11, a big yellow Penske truck pulled up to the front doors of White Oaks Secondary School and out from the truck came 36 stationary bikes with mats, stereos and sound equipment, and a whole lot of energy and excitement.  That could only mean one thing – the Inside Ride was back!

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Wheels in motion for cancer fundraiser

May 12, 2011

Emily Gill isn’t taking her friend’s illness sitting down. But she is going for a bike ride. The Barrie Central Collegiate Grade 12 student is honouring her friend and cancer fighter Adam Fedosoff, and has organized the Inside Ride, taking place on Tuesday at the downtown high school.

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Riding for Feddy

May 8, 2011

Innisdale’s Invaders soccer team participates in the Inside Ride, an event that raises money for children and their families living with and beyond cancer, through a foundation called the Coast to Coast Against Cancer Foundation.

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St. Dominic School of Oakville: “The Inside Ride”

May 8, 2011

Participation in this event, and a celebration of his birthday, was inspired by one very special classmate, Alex Pace, who valiantly fought but lost the fight with cancer.

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Ride for childhood cancer

April 29, 2011

Grade 12 student Shannon Coffey, 18, toughs it out as her teammates encourage her during ‘The Inside Ride’ at Stratford Northwestern.

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CCVS Hosts “Inside Ride” for Childhood Cancer

April 28, 2011

Students and teachers from CCVS and General Vanier Intermediate School joined forces on April 15 to raise funds for Childhood Cancer.

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Going the distance for cancer research

April 14, 2011

The terrain is a mix of rolling forested hills with Canadian Shield rock, lakes and rivers.

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Tour for Kids launches third Canadian Charity Ride – Atlantic!

March 28, 2011

Get ready for a grassroots, back to basics, do-it-yourself Tour for Kids Atlantic happening on the world-class Cabot Trail. Enjoy the winding roads and sweeping vistas of this unique part of Canada.

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Helping out Adam

February 27, 2011

Friends and family came out to support Adam Fedosoff, Sunday in Barrie. Adam a 16 year old Innisdale Secondary School student who has beaten leukemia twice had hundreds of supporters raising money for his cause at the Ol’ West Wing restaurant.MARK WANZEL /THE BARRIE EXAMINER/ QMI Agency

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Banting grad keeps up the spirit

February 17, 2011

Students and staff at Banting secondary school rode 466 kilometres – and they never left the school.

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Scientists discover cell of origin for childhood muscle cancer

February 16, 2011

Researchers have defined the cell of origin for a kind of cancer called sarcoma. They report that childhood and adult sarcomas are linked in their biology, mutations and the cells from which these tumors first start. These findings may lead to nonchemotherapy medicines that can inhibit “molecular targets” such as growth factor receptors, thereby stopping or eradicating the disease.

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The Inside Ride for Cancer

February 4, 2011

Literally hundreds of students and staff from Humberside Collegiate and The Inside Ride teamed up for their fourth Inside Ride.

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BROADBANDTV SUPPORTS WORLD CANCER DAY WITH “WATCH AND GIVE” PROGRAM

February 3, 2011

By watching ad-supported videos related with World Cancer Day, viewers generate donations for Cancer Research

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Students rally after feeling effects of cancer

January 28, 2011

Lucky seven. A group of seven Oakville high school friends is hoping to strike luck with the town’s second annual Bal de Neige — Casino Royale — on Feb. 26 at Le Dome Banquet Hall.

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Sears Charity Bears Capture the True Meaning of the Christmas Spirit

November 30, 2010

Amongst the noise of electronic toys topping wish lists this holiday season sits a warm and lovable teddy with a great story to tell. Part of its dedication to the communities in which it operates, Sears Canada Inc. (TSX: SCC) is continuing its tradition of supporting the healthy development of children and youth this Christmas through sales of a…

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The Inside Ride

November 4, 2010

St. Maximillian Kolbe High School hosted an Inside Ride last month. Teams of 6 riders each, participated in this extraordinary two-hour cycling challenge that raised awareness and support for kids and teens with cancer.

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Tour For Kids: What a Ride!

September 2, 2010

Thank you all so much for supporting my Tour for Kids ride!

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TOUR FOR KIDS 2010 – WHAT AN EXPERIENCE!

September 1, 2010

This past weekend several BCCers were involved in what can only be described as an incredibly moving and worthwhile cause. August 19 to 22nd marked the 7th annual Tour for Kids, a charity bike event whose focus is on supporting three amazing camps that provide support and programming for children and families whose lives have been impacted by childhood cancer.

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Cool Kid – Adam Fedosoff, 16

August 31, 2010

A few years ago Adam Fedosoff, or “Feddy” as he was known to his minor-hockey teammates, was detoured from his young sports dreams by a diagnosis of high-risk acute lymphoblastic leukemia.

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Cyclists on cancer ride pass through village

August 5, 2010

Omemee is one of the points on the Tour for Kids bike rally. This rally raises funds for children with cancer and riders travel approximately 1,000 kilometres in four days.

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500 cyclists riding for kids cancer camps

August 4, 2010

Cyclists will start a fundraising tour through cottage country this month in Whitchurch-Stouffville.

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Strathmore Boulevard Block Party and the Inside Ride Fundraiser

July 15, 2010

Members of the Jennifer Wood Campaign Team participated in the Inside Ride at the First Annual Strathmore Boulevard Block Party.

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Strut For a Cure and the lovely Coco Rocha

June 1, 2010

International supermodel Coco Rocha alighted in her native Canada last week to own the runway at Strut for a Cure, a fundraiser for the Coast-to-Coast Against Cancer Foundation.

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Strut for a Cure

May 30, 2010

1,000 guests enjoyed a Todd Lynn fashion show featuring supermodel Coco Rocha and a live performance by Canadian electropop group, Dragonette. 100% of dollars raised go toward a cure for children’s cancer.

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Rib fest a treat

May 30, 2010

Hundreds of people enjoyed the weather, music and food during the Rotary Club of Brampton’s annual Rib ‘n’ Roll.

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Riding towards a cure

May 9, 2010

Emily Gill has watched one of her best friends battle cancer and wants to be part of the cure for the deadly disease. The 17-year-old Barrie Central Collegiate student will be among more than 20 students – and a couple of Barrie firefighters and Royal Victoria Hospital staff – taking part in The Inside Ride on Tuesday at Innisdale Secondary School.

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Students in spin cycle

April 29, 2010

It was an Inside Ride for a rough road outside. Two-hundred and seventy Ecole secondaire La Citadelle students, as well as 30 teachers, were a raucous bunch Wednesday morning when they straddled spinning bicycles and whooped it up for the fundraiser held in support of the Coast-to-Coast Against Cancer Foundation.

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White Oaks rides against cancer

April 22, 2010

The atmosphere in the cafeteria at White Oaks Secondary School last Thursday felt more like a rowdy school dance than a fundraiser.

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TABguidance: Wellness Week

April 17, 2010

Well, Wellness Week has come and gone! This event has made its way as a tradition at T.A. Blakelock High School. It is a time to bring awareness to some of the most important issues in students life. Health! Wellness!

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Women to Laugh Out Loud to fight cancer

April 14, 2010

A trio of funny women will be bringing out the laughter in their women-only audience in a third annual show to help fight cancer Thursday, April 15.

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Coco Walks It Out For Cancer

April 12, 2010

Once again, Coco Rocha will be returning to the charitable runway for this year’sStrut For A Cure.

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‘Kicking’ childhood cancer

April 12, 2010

Heather Rivers Rachel MacDonald,9, with her mother Melodie MacDonald for three different organizations that benefit children with cancer and their families. In 2009, Rachel underwent treatment for a malignant brain tumour.

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Inside Ride at GSS raises $5,000

April 12, 2010

Gananoque Secondary School held its third annual Inside Ride yesterday to help support funds for children and teens with cancer.

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The Inside Ride at UFA

March 8, 2010

On Wednesday, February 3rd, the Inside Ride, Canada’s first indoor cycling challenge and fundraising event in support of families and children living with cancer, took over the gymnasium at Ursula Franklin Academy (UFA).

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School rides for classmate

March 3, 2010

Christ the King Catholic Secondary School held an Inside Ride and a number of other activities in order to raise funds in part for a classmate who is battling cancer.

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Bal de Neige takes its lead from Italian tradition

February 25, 2010

A group of St. Thomas Aquinas students will bring an Italian tradition to Oakville this month. By bringing Italy’s carnevale here, the local students will not only have fun, but remember loved ones no longer with them and raise funds to fight cancer.

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Help GEARS bike shop support Trillium Health Centre and Coast to Coast Against Cancer Foundation.

January 14, 2010

Experience 24 hours of Pure Energy! Riders cycling an hour or more round the clock! Imagine dozens and dozens of stationary bikes and hundreds of participants…and then add continuous live on-stage bands, jumbo-sized multi-media screens, motivational speakers to keep you pumped…and you’ve got ‘The 24-Hour Spin’!

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KL cyclists pitching in

October 14, 2009

Rock n’ Rollers” is a local road cycling team made up of seven cycling enthusiasts representing Kirkland Lake and area. The team captain is Celine Bourque, who raised over $27,000 locally and cycled in the Canadian Coast to Coast Against Cancer, Sears National Kids Cancer Ride in June of 2008.

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Tour for Kids Ontario 2009

August 27, 2009

My friend and workmate Daniel Griffiths has just completed a 4 day cycling tour in Ontario, Canada,  fund raising for Children with Cancer. Below is his account of the journey.

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Cyclists Making a Difference

August 24, 2009

Hundreds of cyclists will once again be pedaling through Ontario’s beautiful cottage country from August 20th to 23rd in the sixth annual Tour For Kids.

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Tour For Kids Riding Towards $1 Million

August 24, 2009

Fourth annual cycling adventure expected to raise record funds for children’s cancer camps in Ontario

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YouTube – 2009 Tour for Kids

August 24, 2009

Tour For Kids in its Fifth Year of Raising Funds for Children’s Cancer Camps in Ontario

August 24, 2009

Annual event expected to raise a record $1.25 million to give children with cancer a summer camp experience

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Tour for Kids 2009

August 23, 2009

We’ve just finished the Tour for Kids. Our team raised almost $30,000 for kids with cancer and their families. The kids were there to welcome us back with custom made signs!

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Cyclists raise money for children’s camps

August 20, 2009

About 400 cyclists will ride through Peterborough today, part of a four-day cycling marathon to raise money for children’s cancer camps.

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Supermodels Take to Runway to Fight Childhood Cancer

June 10, 2009

Canadian Coco Rocha joins other Elite models in fundraising event started by 11-year-old Barrie girl

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Coco Rocha in Barrie, for National Kids Cancer Ride

June 4, 2009

Canadian Supermodel Coco Rocha and 20 Elite models were in Barrie on Sunday night, for a fundraising fashion show at The Roxx. Despite the glitz and glamour, the focus was on the cause, raising funds for paediatric cancer – and on an 11 year old girl.

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Inside Ride

April 30, 2009

Area high schools participated in the Coast to Coast Against Cancer Foundation’s Inside Ride throughout the month of April.

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They have the Ride stuffThey have the Ride stuff

April 21, 2009

Cycling across Canada conjures up long periods of solitude amidst images of scenery both grandiose and gentle. That couldn’t have been further from the truth Monday inside the gym at St. Lawrence Intermediate School.

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Trek to fight cancer

April 13, 2009

t’s no Tour de France, but for Langton native Laurie Vanderhaeghe it’s close enough. The 43-year-old mother of three is preparing to embark on the ride of her life — a 12-day, 7,000 kilometre trek from Vancouver, B.C. to Halifax, Nova Scotia.

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Local man cycles for kids’ cancer

April 8, 2009

A local businessman training for a cross-Canada cycling trek says he wants to give back and contribute to making kids’ cancer history.

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Cycling for the cancer-stricken

April 2, 2009

Ken Cross is training for the ride of his life, but he’s doing it for the lives of children.

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Inside Ride For Cancer

March 26, 2009

Mix Morning Crew will be broadcasting live Monday March 30th at the Sears Warehouse as the employees at Sears gear up for the Inside Ride.

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All for a worthy cause

March 24, 2009

No child should ever die from cancer. That’s why two Woodstock women have pledged to join 34 national cyclists for a cross-Canada ride this spring designed to raise funds and awareness of Canadian children living with cancer.

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Cross-country rider trains in city

March 16, 2009

Four-year-old Megan will be on dad’s mind as he cycles 7,000 kilometres across Canada this spring for cancer research.

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Bicycling Across Canada for Childhood Cancer

March 12, 2009

Craig Senior, a 46 year-old man, from Ottawa, Ontario, will join 31 other cyclists in a journey across Canada, raising funds and awareness for childhood cancer research and support.

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Cyclists pedal to help kids with cancer

March 3, 2009

Later this year, Laurie Vanderhaeghe will live her dream and help children with cancer. The Sweaburg resident and Sharron Poole of Woodstock are among about 40 cyclists who will pedal across Canada in the second annual Sears National Kids Cancer Ride June 13 to 25.

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Biker up to cross-country challenge

February 25, 2009

One Delia residents dream will come true this summer when she sets out from Vancouver on bicycle to take part in the Sears National Kids Cancer Ride.

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Riding for son

February 14, 2009

Three-year-old with fatal brain tumour When Jason Morningstar sets out on a cross-Canada ride for cancer this summer the ironman competitor will think of his little ironman at home.

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