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Beer Store Bottle Drive in 14th year of supporting blood cancer cures

May 24, 2019 – On Saturday, May 25th, The Beer Store and its affiliated union – United Food & Commercial Workers Union Local 12R24 – are inviting Ontarians to join in the fight against blood cancers by donating their empty beer, wine and liquor containers to any Beer Store location during the 14th annual Returns for Leukemia Bottle Drive. All proceeds benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada (L...

Announcing Max Parrot as Official Spokesperson

Montreal, Quebec (May 9, 2019) - The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada (LLSC) is proud to announce that it has teamed up with Max Parrot, Professional snowboarder and 2018 Olympic Games silver medalist, to help accelerate blood cancer cures. Max Parrot will walk in solidarity with the blood cancer community at our annual flagship event – Light The Night Walk in October. Now in its milestone 15th year, Li...

Montreal leaders join forces with LLSC

Local leaders join forces with LLSC in a unique fundraising campaign to help support 3-year-old boy with leukemia The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada (LLSC) is proud to kick off its first-ever Man & Woman of the Year campaign. This unique fundraising opportunity taps into the spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship to help fund groundbreaking research and advance blood cancer cures. In...

Life After Cancer #WorldCancerDay

LIFE AFTER CANCER CAN BE CHALLENGING. After treatment, it’s common to feel excited and anxious about the future. At this stage, survivors often reflect on their priorities, relationships and goals. Many survivors say that cancer changes them. And with time, they often find a new and more meaningful way of living. Everyone expects survivors to move on and feel grateful. But many people still need our ...

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