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Young Adults With Cancer – Morgan McNeely

Monday, July 13, 2020

Morgan McNeely is a 24-year-old Albertan living with cancer. In her free time, she volunteers with the Alberta Health Services as an Adolescent or Young Adult’s (AYA) Patient Advisor through which she provides input from her experiences to improve the overall care for young adults facing cancer. She shares her story today.  In Her Own … Read More


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Heidi Peters

22-Year-Old Heidi Peters on Navigating Cancer as a Young Adult

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

An intelligent and athletic 16-year-old, Heidi Peters couldn’t wait to start her grade 12 year of high school. She was anticipating the fun of playing volleyball, the stress of exams and the excitement of graduation. What she did not anticipate was being diagnosed with cancer two weeks into her fall semester. Heidi went in to … Read More


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Snowbirds’ fundraising takes flight

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Pat and Ed Nestorowicz go to California for the winter every year.  They live in a community in which one third of the residents are Canadian.  Each year, they coordinate a fundraiser for two days called the “Sunshine Invitational”.  It is a series of events including pickle ball, golf, parties and raffles. The funds raised … Read More


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