• Thank You

    Thanks to your fundraising efforts, the 23rd annual Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure raised $25 million across Canada for breast cancer research, education and advocacy programs.

  • Vote Couture for the Cure 2014

    Play fashion editor and vote for your favourite White Cashmere Collection creation—you could WIN a Fashion Escape to NYC! Plus, for every vote, Cashmere Bathroom Tissue will donate $1* to the cause!


    Vote Couture for the Cure now!

  • National Grants Competition

    The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation is pleased to announce the launch of a new national research competition, Stand Up To Cancer Canada - Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation Breast Cancer Dream Team, supported by CIBC.


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  • Research Saves Lives

    Continued support allows the Foundation to play a vital role in internationally acclaimed, groundbreaking research discoveries in the areas of prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care.


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  • Wall of Hope presented by CIBC

    Share your stories of inspiration, your reasons for participating, or your hopes for the future. Your message will inspire others and help us create a future without breast cancer.


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  • My Breast My Test

    These are my breasts. Shouldn’t I have a say about my test?

    Join the discussion at facebook.com/mybreastmytest. Help end the confusion around mammography screening.


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Education and Awareness

Breast cancer has come a long way since the Foundation began funding research, education and awareness initiatives 25 years ago. Today, breast cancer has become one of the leading health causes of our time.

However, there is still much work to be done. Breast cancer continues to be the most commonly diagnosed cancer among Canadian women, with 1 in 9 estimated to be diagnosed in her lifetime.

That’s why education and awareness about breast health, being breast aware, reducing breast cancer risk and community outreach are vital.