A big thank you to the over 2000 participants and volunteers who took part in this weekend's Dubai Terry Fox Run. Incredible to see that sea of "Terry Fox blue" so far from home.
In celebration of 50 years of the Order of Canada. Three incredible Canadians who were willing to go the distance for a good cause and whose perseverance moved the country. #OC50
Today is #WorldCancerDay. The goal: to get as many people as possible around the world talking about cancer today. So...get active - post, share, make a phone call, send an email, encourage, love, support. Together, one day we will find a cure to this global disease.
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A big Terry Fox shout out to The American International School of Muscat, in Muscat, Oman. This week they did their annual fun run and the school raised over $18,000. So cool and so humbling to see these young people sharing Terry's message around the the world. Thank you!
We were touched that 5 year old Eleanor and her dad Sheldon and grandma Yau Ngan came to visit and drop off $101.15 that Eleanor raised for Terry. Eleanor is in Vancouver visiting Grandma and we're honoured she took the time to come by and see us!
Hi Folks, we have an amazing career opportunity available at the Terry Fox Foundation: Provincial Director - Alberta. Check out the link if you're interested or share with anyone you think might be. Incredible Foundation, incredible people, incredible job. Win, win win!
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Our thoughts are with the families of those senselessly killed in Quebec City Sunday evening. So incredibly sad...

Sainte-Foy grocer, Laval University professor identified as victims in Quebec mosque attack

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Our thoughts are with our Terry Foxers at Bay d'Espoir Academy in Milltown, Newfoundland today as they come to terms with the loss of their school – We know firsthand your determination and can-do spirit in the fight against cancer will be the same qualities that will help you rebuild your incredible community.

VOCM - Loss of Bay d’Espoir Academy ‘Terrible Blow’ for the Region

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Canadian hockey legend, Terry Fox supporter and all around awesome gal Haley Wikenheiser announced her retirement today. Haley, thank you for the memories, thank you for being such an incredible Canadian ambassador at home and around the globe, and thank you for inspiring thousands of young girls to one day follow in your footsteps...

Hayley Wickenheiser calls end to gold-plated career

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10 year old Nolan McGinn - goalie for the FHYA Wildcats in Fredericton - asked to have Terry painted on his new goalie helmet for inspiration. He wore it for the first time recently. Not only did his team win a big game, Nolan also received player of the game honours. Way to go big man.
Hey folks, please help us get the word out about a career opportunity at the Terry Fox Foundation. We're looking for a Schools and Events Coordinator to work in our Quebec office in Montreal. This is an exciting and incredibly rewarding role - you will be directly involved in sharing Terry's message of hope and courage with our next generation of awesome Canadians....
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What makes Canadians proud? Freedom and Terry Fox top the list. What an incredible country we live in. Check the link for the entire survey. #proudtobecanadian

What makes Canadians proud? Freedom, Terry Fox, Rocky Mountains, open-mindedness, maple syrup

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Happy New Year everyone. We hope it's a great one for all :)
Get a break on your 2016 taxes while supporting world class cancer research. Win-win! Today is the last day to take advantage...
As 2016 comes to a close, we cannot help but be grateful for millions of Canadians who supported cancer research this year. If you are considering making a final end-of-year charitable donation by December 31st, please consider supporting the Foundation. Your gift will help bring renewed hope to Canadians and their families battling cancer in 2017. We wish you a very happy new year.
Merry Christmas everyone. May your loved ones be close by, may peace and love be in your heart.
Today we are grateful for:
The Fox Family: For sharing Terry with Canadians and people around the world. For their personal commitment to the cause and to their brother’s legacy.
Today we are grateful for:
Our Terry Fox International Runs: For bringing the story and example of Terry Fox to countries around the world. For reminding us that there are no borders when we see the suffering cancer causes.
Today we are grateful for:
Our Terry Fox Researchers: For bringing brilliant minds and compassionate hearts to fight and conquer the terrible scourge of cancer. For never giving up.
Today we are grateful for:
Our Terry Fox Donors: For giving so generously to their family, friends and colleagues. For supporting an organization that believes in fiscal responsibility with every donation made.