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For the third time, The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation is being recognized as one of Canada's 10 Most Admired Corporate Cultures.
At an event today in downtown Toronto, Foundation representatives will join counterparts from organizations across the country to receive the award from executive search firm, Waterstone Human Capital.
The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation is being recognized in the Broader Public Service Category.
"I go to work with individuals who do research and clinical care at one of the world's top-five cancer centres," Paul Alofs, President and CEO of the Foundation, said in a video when the awards were first announced back in December. "We are so passionate about our cause and our culture is based on that cause, to conquer cancer in our lifetime."
For more details on the work that earned the Foundation its award, click
A full list of the winners of Canada's Most Admired Corporate Cultures can be seen