Occupational Cancer: A Real Work Risk

Often the International Agency for Research on Cancer lists several types of substances that are both known carcinogens and related to certain occupations. It is common to expect that some work comes with a cancer risk, such as tobacco use on the worksite, alcohol use in certain industries, and the prevalence of shift work. However, these are not even the largest contributors to cancer in

Cancer Can’t Wait Lands in Saskatchewan

The Canadian Cancer Survivor Network has brought our All-Party Cancer Caucus to Saskatchewan! We hosted the meeting in the province’s legislative building in Regina on April 3rd. In our meeting, we shared stories, viewed data, and heard arguments on the future of cancer care in Saskatchewan. CCSN staff were on hand, including our Public Policy Coordinator, Connor Mulders, our Community Engagement Manager, Lindsay Timm, as