CCSN meets with Progressive Conservative Health Critic Jeff Yurek

CCSN President & CEO Jackie Manthorne and CCSN Board Secretary Mona Forrest had the opportunity to meet with Ontario Progressive Conservative Health CriticJeff Yurek on February 13. Topics discussed included gaps in cancer care and services to men living with metastatic prostate cancer; short, medium and long term side effects faced by survivors caused by cancer or cancer treatment; and HPV testing for cervical cancer. MPP Yurek has been given

Thrombosis next leading cause of death for cancer patients after cancer itself!

Last year, CCSN participated in World Thrombosis Day on October 13 by encouraging its Twitter followers to post selfies of themselves and their friends on Twitter. On February 23, CCSN President & CEO Jackie Manthorne and CCSN Board Secretary Mona Forrest were welcomed by Leo Pharma (, where we had the opportunity to meet Leo Pharma staff and Nicola Banks, Executive Director of Thrombosis Canada ( and were presented with a cheque in

Webinar – Social Media for Non Profit Organizations – What You Need to Know!

Watch this webinar on YouTube!     View the slides on Slideshare!   Social Media for Non Profit Organizations – What You Need to Know! from Canadian Cancer Survivor Network   Webinar Information On Thursday, February 25, 2016, CCSN's Matt Handy spoke about everything you need to know about running social media accounts for a non-profit organization!  Topics included: •    Basic social media strategies

Thanks for making our World Cancer Day Open House a huge success!

On February 4th, 2016, CCSN hosted its 3rd annual World Cancer Day Open House. Guests & CCSN staff enjoyed Tim Horton's coffee, Timbits, and other treats. CCSN President & CEO Jackie Manthorne made a short speech about what World Cancer Day means to CCSN and cancer survivors across Canada. On behalf of everyone at CCSN, we'd like to thank all who attended for coming to

Volunteer to Provide Feedback on CCSN’s new website!

CCSN is in the exciting process of building a new website, and you can help us to make sure it’s the best it can be. That’s why we are asking for volunteers to provide feedback about the design for the new site. For example, do you like the design, the typeface, the size of the headings and text, the graphics? Is it easy or hard