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Event Information

Cops for Cancer Tour de Coast 2024 is an exciting annual event where police agencies and emergency service personnel cycle for 8 days and across 800 km along the coast of BC, raising money for childhood cancer research and support services at the Canadian Cancer Society.

Tour de Coast 2024 has grown from the strength of dedicated volunteers and community partners. We are excited to continue our mission for 2024!

Tour de Coast 2024 remains determined to continue supporting children and families living with and beyond cancer. Your ongoing support is vital, as we continue towards making life better today and transform the future of cancer forever.

Why? Because nothing big gets solved by one person or one organization. To take on cancer, it takes every one of us. It takes a society. Donations made to the Canadian Cancer Society through Cops for Cancer are used to fund life-saving pediatric cancer research and caring support programs like Camp Goodtimes.

Donate today to help us pedal our way to support children with a cancer diagnosis. It takes a society to take on cancer.

See the leaderboard below for a current list of Rider Fundraisers

Meet the riders for Tour de Coast



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Event details

September 13 - 20, 2024

 


Questions?

copsforcancer@cancer.ca

 


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Leaderboard

  1 - Ken Usipiuk ($9,586.50)
  2 - Peter Westra ($6,183.87)
  3 - James Eastwood ($6,099.88)
  4 - Dave Duncan ($5,923.50)
  5 - Les Weeks ($4,812.60)
  6 - Sunshine Coast RCMP Member ($4,751.00)
  7 - Tina Brock ($4,264.80)
  8 - Astrid Bonter ($4,073.70)
  9 - Leigh Hodak ($3,997.00)
  10 - Erika Giacomondonato ($3,268.90)

Tour de Coast Route map

September 13-20, 2024

Tour map

Sept 13 - Vancouver, West Vancouver, North Vancouver

Sept 14 - Squamish, Whistler, Pemberton

Sept 15 - Sunshine Coast

Sept 16 - Powell River

Sept 17 - Port Moody, Maple Ridge

Sept 18 - New Westminster, Richmond

Sept 19 - Richmond, Burnaby, Coquitlam

Sept 20 - Port Coquitlam, Vancouver

Impact

Why we Ride?

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

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We are the largest national charitable funder of childhood cancer research.

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

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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.