Foundation news around the province
New Genome Sequencing Lab Opens at CancerCare, ChrisD.ca
March 30, 2021
CancerCare Manitoba has opened a new Genome Sequencing Lab to support targeted cancer therapy and genomic testing…
CancerCare Manitoba Foundation Names New CEO, ChrisD.ca
March 24, 2021
The CancerCare Manitoba Foundation has appointed its chief development officer as the foundation’s incoming president and CEO….
CancerCare Manitoba Foundation announces new president & CEO
March 24, 2021
The Board of Directors of CancerCare Manitoba Foundation is very pleased to announce Patti Smith has been selected as its next president & CEO effective April 1, 2021. Smith replaces Annitta Stenning who has led the Foundation for the past 13 years and is retiring March 31.
CancerCare Manitoba Foundation announces plans to retire
October 8, 2020
After leading the CancerCare Manitoba Foundation team for the past 13 years, Annitta Stenning has provided notice to the Foundation Board of her plan to retire from the position of President & CEO effective March 31, 2021. Stenning will remain in her role for the next six months, providing ongoing leadership and direction while assisting with transition planning as required.
Hal’s Kitchen: Sal’s gives back, Winnipeg Sun
August 29, 2020
Earl and Sals have a wonderful pay it forward promotion right now that allows you to enjoy some good eats but also help several great causes in the community through the purchase of Salisbury House gift cards…
Virtual Challenge for Life raises $1M for CancerCare, ChrisD.ca
August 20, 2020
Manitobans logged on virtually this year to raise more than $1 million in the 13th annual Challenge for Life. The first-ever virtual challenge raised much-needed funds for CancerCare Manitoba…
A fighter and a fundraiser, Winnipeg Free Press
July 6, 2020
On Aug. 24, 2015, the rug was pulled out from under Doug Harvey’s life. The Winnipeg business mogul and philanthropist, president and CEO of DLH Group, was visiting the Maxim Truck and Trailer dealership that his company runs in Thunder Bay, Ont., when his phone rang…
CancerCare Manitoba Foundation receives significant donation after sale of art collection, Global News
December 8, 2019
The CancerCare Manitoba Foundation received a major gift ahead of the holidays. All of the proceeds of the Jim and Barbara Burns’ private art collection went to the foundation on Sunday…
Manitoba Metis Federation donations $1M to CancerCare Manitoba, CBC News
September 21, 2019
The Manitoba Metis Federation handed over a $1-million cheque on Saturday to help in the fight against cancer. MMF President David Chartrand made the presentation to the CancerCare Manitoba Foundation during his state of the nation address at the federation’s annual general assembly, being held Saturday at Assiniboia Downs…
Winnipeg unofficially breaks world record for longest skating chain, CBC News
February 4, 2018
A group of Winnipeggers has raised the bar for anyone hoping to form the world’s longest chain of ice skaters.
Just shy of 400 skaters braved Sunday’s frigid temperatures (–24 C, –33 with the windchill) to unofficially break the Guinness World Record for the longest skating chain, set by a group of 370 skaters who last set the record in Hachinohe, Aomori, Japan, in 2015.
“It’s a very long line,” laughed organizer Karly Tardiff when asked what the attempt on the river trail at The Forks looked like…
Manitoba Metis Federation teaming with CancerCare Manitoba to help the underserved, Winnipeg Sun
January 23, 2018
The Manitoba Metis Federation, the Manitoba Metis Heritage Fund and CancerCare Manitoba Foundation are partnering to raise money for underserved populations dealing with cancer.
That money will be raised through A Hunt for a Cure, MMHF’s gala dinner that will take place on May 12 at the Fairmont Winnipeg. The proceeds from the event will go to support the CancerCare’s Toward Improved Care for Underserved Populations program, the MMHF announced on Tuesday. The MMHF is hoping to raise at least $50,000 from the event…
CancerCare Manitoba joins research project that offers hope for kids with rare cancers, CBC News
November 23, 2017
Great strides have been made in treating children’s cancer, and 80 per cent of all cases are now successfully treated.
A new cross-Canada project is focused on finding treatments for the other 20 per cent.
“It’s no longer appropriate to be saying ‘just add more chemo, do more surgery, do more of this.’ It is simply not working,” said Dr. Geoff Cuvelier, a pediatric oncologist with CancerCare Manitoba…