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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.


Georgian Bay Cancer Support Centre strives to be recognized as a source of support, education and motivation for people living with cancer, their families and caregivers. Our vision is to be recognized throughout North Simcoe and the surrounding communities as a place of hope, comfort, strength and courage.