Open Letter to Premiere Ford re Bill 175

Dear Premier: The Canadian Cancer Survivor Network (CCSN) is writing to express our concerns about Bill 175, Connecting People to Home and Community Care Act, 2020, and the impact it will have on home care services for all Ontarians, including cancer patients, survivors and caregivers. We are concerned that this legislation will privatize home care, and also enable changes in home care regulations to be

Have your say about lung cancer services!

Are you interested in sharing your experience with lung cancer to inform the provision of services to people lung cancer? Your help is needed to identify gaps in care and what would help to fill these gaps. This is a paid market research opportunity from a private company. If interested, please complete the following short survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/C7WCNZ7

Celebrating National Cancer Survivor’s Day

On Sunday, June 7, 2020, the Canadian Cancer Survivor Network marked the 33rd annual National Cancer Survivors Day® Celebration of Life – the day set aside each year to recognize cancer survivors, raise awareness of the ongoing challenges cancer survivors face because of their disease, and celebrate life.

CCSN is Partnering with CanRehab

Do Cancer Survivors Need Rehab? You bet they do! That is why CCSN is partnering with the Canadian Cancer Rehabilitation Team! Learn More…

Watch Now! CCSN Webinar on Getting Motivated to Get Moving!

Date Held: May 21st, 2020 | Presented By: Rachel Mark of InspireHealth. | Join CCSN and Rachel for this educational session aimed at helping cancer patients and survivors maintain an exercise routine throughout COVID-19 self-isolation.