Category Archives: Cancer Coaching

Feeling happier in spite of cancer, thanks to YOU

By Cancer Foundation on October 5 / 2017

[ Cancer, Cancer Coaching ]

Wouldn’t that be a positive change? And for the thirteen women who participated in the After the Bell: Nature Retreat,…

How Our Community Came to Battle Cancer with the Blues

By Cancer Foundation on September 11 / 2017

[ Cancer, Cancer Coaching, Events, Families, News ]

There’s much more to this special music gala than two hardworking high school students trying to make a difference in their community. Mary…

Putting our affairs in order: lessons learned

By Cancer Foundation on September 7 / 2017

[ Cancer Coaching, Caregivers, Families, Uncategorized ]

As Cancer Coaches, what matters to YOU matters to us. And many of you have expressed that what matters to you is getting your affairs in…

Two Day Nature Retreat for Women who Completed Cancer Treatment

By Cancer Foundation on September 7 / 2017

[ Cancer, Cancer Coaching, Events ]

It’s called the ‘After the Bell nature retreat’ and it takes place Fri Sept 22 – Sat Sept 23 2017 The Cancer Foundation…

One less challenge for West-Enders like Wendy

By Cancer Foundation on August 9 / 2017

[ Cancer Coaching, Families, News ]

“My younger son, he’s very affectionate,” says Wendy Firth, a mother of two boys, 9-year-old Jacob and Joshua, who’s 11. “Whenever he thinks I’m not…

Discover Cancer Coaching at Doors Open Ottawa

By Cancer Foundation on June 2 / 2017

[ Cancer Coaching, Events ]

Between 10am and 4pm, come explore the center’s warm and welcoming atmosphere, learn about Cancer Coaching, and help us celebrate National Cancer Survivors…

For the Love of Dad

By Cancer Foundation on June 2 / 2017

[ Cancer Coaching, Families ]

Father’s Day is right around the corner, and for this Dad, it means everything. Dan Chook Reid is the father of Marcus, a one-and-a-half year-old…

Team Honour Ottawa Police Courage – Our Epic Walk Experience

By Cancer Foundation on May 18 / 2017

[ Cancer, Cancer Coaching, Caregivers, Clinical Trials, Events, Families, News, Research ]

By Sandra McLaren In 2016, a small group of colleagues got together, led by Director General Debra Frazer, to consider participating in…

Coping with the loss of a loved one

By Bonney Elliott on May 5 / 2017

[ Cancer, Cancer Coaching ]

Dealing with the loss of a loved one is incredibly difficult. Below are some things to keep in mind when someone you care about is grieving:…

The 6 Things You Can Do to Fight Cancer Fatigue With Exercise

By Nasser Yassine on May 5 / 2017

[ Cancer, Cancer Coaching ]

Cancer related fatigue can dramatically affect your ability to perform daily tasks. Contrary to popular belief, engaging in physical activity…