THE CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY IN SASKATCHEWAN
Accept the baton, a powerful symbol of your commitment to make an impact in the fight against cancer.
you complete your lap and pass the baton to a teammate, feel an
overwhelming sense of pride in knowing you’re united with Canadians in
communities across the country to create a world where no one fears
Accept the Baton. Ready. Set. Relay.
You can also register over the phone by calling us toll-free at 1-855-725-0313.
Cigars, cigarillos, water pipe and chew tobacco are widely available in fruit and candy flavours such as grape, cherry, mango, strawberry, ice cream and vanilla. These candy-flavoured products are designed to target youth and encourage youth smoking.
Help end the flavour before tobacco hooks a new generation.
Challenge your MLA to ban all candy- and fruit-flavoured tobacco products.
Sign up today. It's free and it might save your life.
Cancer screening and early detection are two of the most powerful
tools you have to fight back against cancer. In most cases, catching
cancer in its early stages is the key to successfully beating it.
To help keep you up to date, Reminder for Life will send you an
annual reminder about what you need to discuss with your doctor, based
on your age and gender.
Join our dedicated team of cancer fighters by raising funds in support of the fight for life.
There are countless ways to contribute. Host your own
fundraiser...Join a community event...Rally your co-workers...Get your
school involved. Your passion combined with our expertise will ensure
your efforts make a big impact on the lives of Canadians.
We’ve made it easy for you to organize a fundraiser that is
meaningful to you while raising funds for the fight against cancer.
Choose a fundraising idea and then let us know what you want to do.
We’ll provide you with all the tools and support you need to make it a
Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer diagnosed in Canada.
When you expose your skin to UV rays – whether from the sun or tanning beds – you can damage your skin or eyes over time and increase your chances of getting skin cancer.
You're at risk whether your skin is fair, medium or dark, but you can do your part to protect your skin and reduce your risk of skin cancer.
- Check the UV index.
- Reduce sun exposure.
- Seek shade or create your own shade.
- Wear clothing that covers your arms and legs.
- Wear a wide-brimmed hat.
- Wear sunglasses.
- Use sunscreen.
- Protect yourself when playing or working outdoors.
- Protect babies and children.
- Don’t use indoor tanning equipment.
Get more information at healthychoicesforlife.ca.