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Why I Ride – Matthew Miller

Thursday, June 27, 2019

The Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer has been running for 10 years in support of the Alberta Cancer Foundation. Every year, thousands of cyclists make the two-day, 200-km journey through Alberta roads as spectators cheer them on. The Alberta Ride has raised more than $74 million since its inception, in support of cancer research, clinical trials and enhanced … Read More


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Remembering Tony Shirt

Friday, June 21, 2019

In December 2015, Elizabeth Shirt lost her husband Tony to cancer. Today she looks back at the legacy of her husband, a loving father and member of the Saddle Lake First Nations community. “Tony had a loud laugh that just echoed through the room. He was always laughing at his own jokes and everybody else’s. … Read More


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Fundraising Together for Dylan Somers

Thursday, June 20, 2019

Chuck Somers remembers his son, Dylan as a quick-witted boy who loved to make people laugh. In January 2016, he lost his son to stomach cancer. Today, he shares his story. “He said he had a sore throat so we took him to the doctor, they said he probably had heartburn so they gave him … Read More


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