Hundreds of Riders, each with their own reason to Ride

Hundreds of Riders will take part in this year’s Ride for Cancer powered by BMO Bank of Montreal event on October 3, each one with their own unique story and reason to Ride. Our Ride community is full of champions – some that lend their…

Melanie Clarke: Rider, mother, athlete and cancer survivor thankful for early detection

Melanie (Mel) Clarke has lived her life committed to health and wellness. A high-performance athlete from a young age, a university soccer player for Dalhousie, a world traveler, head coach and programmer at a CrossFit gym, Mel never expected…

Truro businessman matches donations to bring cutting-edge breast cancer care to the QEII

On behalf of anyone impacted by cancer, Truro businessman Stu Rath is matching all donations to Ride for Cancer powered by BMO Bank of Montreal on September 10, to a total of $100,000. With support from generous donors like Stu behind us,…

Team Captain for the Evolve Fitness team has been facing the fight against breast cancer amid COVID-19 – now leading her team of over 150 Riders

Local gym, Evolve Fitness has joined the fight against cancer and entered a team in this year’s Ride taking place on October 3, 2020. Evolve has recruited the largest team in Ride for Cancer’s history with over 150 Riders registered to their…

Remembering dad and riding in his honour

Andrew Herygers is a Halifax-based designer, photographer, writer, artist and Rider in this year’s Ride for Cancer powered by BMO Bank of Montreal. Hosted by the QEII Foundation, this signature event will take place on October 3. Andrew will…

Dr. Jean-Philippe Pignol explains breast seed technology

Learn more about this year’s reason to Ride.  CTV Morning Live featured Dr. Jean-Philippe Pignol, Head of Radiation Oncology at the QEII Health Sciences Centre and inventor of Permanent Breast Seed Brachytherapy. Dr. Pignol explains how this…

Halifax cancer survivor riding for local breast health at the QEII

Originally published on thechronicleherald.ca. After years of being extremely athletic and coaching boys’ basketball, Laura Lee Josey found it hard to cope when her cancer treatments left her feeling weak and exhausted. “Your entire…

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