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Watch a pre-recorded 1-hour presentation at noon, followed by a "Chosen Family Backyard Grill" cooking demonstration with Geremy (Wellness Chef) and Daniela (Registered Dietitian).
Date: Thursday June 16, 2022 from 12:00pm-2:00pm
View the Event Poster for ELLICSR Kitchen's Chosen Family Backyard Grill Event »
Join as guest speakers Kimiko Tobimatsu and Keet Geniza discuss their graphic novel about a young mixed-race queer woman and her experience with breast cancer.
Date: Wednesday June 22, 2022 at 3:00pm
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Date: Sunday June 26, 2022
Pride Weekend is almost here! These are strange times with COVID mandates lifting. Many cancer patients must take care to stay well and have been asked to avoid large gatherings and crowded spaces.
For patients that are not able to attend the parade this year, the SGDc Program will be walking for you! We will add lots of hearts to our banner to represent you. We created a new "Need a Break From Cancer?" resource to provide rainbow-inspired ideas to take care of yourself and find joy this weekend. Sending you love and Happy Pride wishes on behalf of the SGDc team at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre!