Central Canada Industries Charity Ride Keeps HOPE Coming

Published Monday, December 23, 2019

Central Canada Industries Charity Ride Keeps HOPE Coming

The Central Canada Charity Ride (formerly the Caribou Charity Ride), held on September 7, proudly carried on the tradition of providing HOPE to patients with cancer. This year, the Ride raised a jaw-dropping $50,000 which will go to the Northern Cancer Fund to ensure our cancer centre has exceptional equipment to diagnose and treat cancer.

During a lifetime nearly everyone will be affected by cancer. The Central Canada Industries Charity Ride was created to give all kinds of people - mothers, fathers, grandparents, teens, friends, and cancer survivors - the motivation to challenge themselves while contributing towards a cure.

Proudly presenting the proceeds from the Ride are Committee Members (l-r): Pete Tofinetti, Elaine Graydon, from the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Foundation, Wayne Maunula, Maureen Mills, Alan Cranston and John Sims. Not pictured are Nicki Schiewe and Matt Pearson.


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