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Congratulations Tour de Coast 2022 team and supporters!

The 2022 Tour de Coast 2022 team successfully completed their 9 days, 800km journey. Thank you to the law enforcement and emergency personnel riders who cycled raising money for childhood cancer research and support services at the Canadian Cancer Society.

Together, Tour de Coast, Tour de North, Tour de Rock and Tour de Valley raised an incredible $2.16 million bringing hope to children and families living with cancer. These much needed funds will fuel new pediatric cancer research discoveries and send children and families living with cancer to Camp Goodtimes.

Thank you to our caring communities, amazing supporters, passionate schools and everyone who donated and cheered us along the way.

You can still donate. We remain committed to standing together with the children and families we ride for.

Why? Because one child with cancer is one child too many.
Donate today to help us pedal our way to end childhood cancer!

Congratulations to the 2022 Cops for Cancer Raffle Winners!

Grand Prize Winner: Diana Guerin (Ticket # A-3867)
Two-day Rocky Mountaineer rail journey in the GoldLeaf Service for two people (value at $5,000)

Second Prize Winner: Cheryl Duggan (Ticket # A-2338)
One roundtrip flight for two guests to any regularly scheduled WestJet destination (valued at up to $2,900)

Third Prize Winner: Amy Aikman (Ticket # A-3845)
Vancouver Luxury Weekend Package (valued at $2,500)

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Event details

September 21-29, 2022

 


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With your support, we’re helping people live longer and enhancing their quality of life.

We are the largest national charitable funder of childhood cancer research

We provide a support system that helps children with cancer and their families live their lives as fully as possible

We advocate for better support for parents and legal guardians who care for children with cancer and help shape health policies that will save lives