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Ali's commitment to excellence and innovation is evident throughout his career, and he is excited to bring this passion to his role with Light The Night. Through his volunteer leadership, he is making a meaningful impact in the fight against blood cancers, an issue that is…
As CEO, Angela leads talent management best. Angela mandate centers on providing industry-leading insights, services, and resources as well as administering the investments that are critical to this pivotal sector of Canada’s economy.
This is Catherine’s first time taking on a leadership role within a fundraising campaign, and she is excited for the adventure ahead. Both her parents were diagnosed with cancers in 2020 and 2021, a year into their respective retirements. They are in remission today – thanks to…
My stem cell transplant during the COVID Pandemic. Another chance at life after stage 4 Blood cancer (A rare Type). 3.5 years ago, I was really sick fighting for my life and death.
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At 16 years old, I was diagnosed with stage 4 Hodgkin lymphoma. It was in the middle of the school year. While my friends were getting ready for prom, I was in the hospital fighting for my life. The nausea, hair loss, extreme fatigue and pain often left me physically and…
Jacob Tourigny was a lively 11-year-old boy with a passion for downhill skiing. In December 2018, he decided to put together a team to compete in a ski competition to support pediatric cancer research. Unfortunately, in February 2019, while ski season was in full swing, Jacob…
The reality is I did require help. And I got a lot of it, including from this organization. Whether it was research funding, caregiving funding, or just a phone number to call and someone to hear my story, the LLSC was there for me.
Todd is honored to volunteer his time as Co-Chair of the LLSC's Light the Night campaign to bring light, love, and hope to those affected by blood and to raise life saving funds that will support cancer research in the National Capital region.
I am so honored to have Ken as the Remembered Hero for 2023. This year marks 14 years participating in the Light the Night Walk, and 10 years without Ken being physically present. I have many fond memories of us walking together with friends and singing random songs at the top…