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    Meet Val

    Val and Dag, her service dog, have been active members since 2014.

    Watch Val's video
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    Meet Laura and Karen

    Laura and her mother Karen are both cancer survivors and are active members who also help other members as peer supporters.

    Watch Laura and Karen's video
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    Meet Lesley

    Lesley is a survivor and a strong supporter of the Centre. She gives back in many ways, including acting as the Women's Support Group facilitator.

    Watch Lesley's story
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    Meet Jackie

    Jackie joined the Centre early in her diagnosis with her 12-year old daughter MacKena. Together they have raised nearly $20,000 through their annual Painted Pumpkin fundraiser.

    Watch Jackie's story
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    Meet Sandy

    Even before she finished treatment, Sandy knew that she was going to start a local cancer support centre where people living with cancer could find help where they live. Six years later, the GBCSC is a thriving local support centre.

    Watch Sandy's story

Meet our Members

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Our members have many stories about how cancer affects their lives. And how cancer support is making a difference for them and their families.

View our Program Calendar

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There are programs every day at the Georgian Bay Cancer Support Centre. Our programs cover support, wellness and exercise, expressive arts, social and education.

We need your help

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The Georgian Bay Cancer Support Centre is solely funded by the generosity of the community it serves. Please consider making a gift today to help friends, family and neighbours in North Simcoe who are living with cancer.

Upcoming Events

There's always something happening in and around the GBCSC.

A new once-per-month program for men living with cancer to get together for coffee and chat. This program is facilitated by Brian Lovelady and held at the Centre.

It's a "daycation"! A day of pampering and relaxation to help chase the winter blues aways. Reiki, massage, reflexology, facials, hand massage and lunch! Book in advance through the Centre to reserve your spa treatments.

Join us on February 9th after Soup for the Soul when Dr. Darryl Thomson of Better Life Chiropractic will provide an update on treatments for peripheral neuropathy – a painful side effect of chemo.

We are busy getting our ducks aligned for the new Centre and that includes site plan approval, building plans, permits and choosing a builder. Construction will start - if all goes according to plan - in spring when the ground is ready to dig.

Latest News

News and updates on activities and events