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I don’t know if it’s the warm, fuzzy holiday spirit creeping in, the vibe around the projects we’re working on, or witnessing what’s going on in YACC world lately, but it feels like this community is more committed than ever to helping young adults cope with cancer.

On October 21, 2017, Localife Edmonton members met at Laurier Park in the river valley to enjoy a beautiful, sunny stroll through the river valley trails.

What a night! We had a great time showing off our skills on the lanes this past Sunday at Zone Bowling. A group of us met for some laughs and conversation while we cheered each other on as we bowled, pushed, and sometimes lobbed the balls down the lane. Siobhan came out with the high […]

We laughed and wandered and tried all sorts of hilarious things.

Do you love planning events in Victoria, Vancouver, Winnipeg, or St. John’s? Are you interested in taking Localife to the next level in those great cities? Here’s everything you need to know!

Sometimes life takes detours and doesn’t turn out as planned. Maybe you’ll get to hike that mountain, or skydive, or ride a motorcycle through the Americas, or go back to school and get that diploma or degree, or adopt that puppy, or take that trip, or volunteer with that group, or whatever. And maybe you won’t get to. Maybe life will get in the way. Maybe you’ll get breast cancer at 35 like me. But if you don’t take the next step toward that goal, it’s never gonna happen.

On Friday, October 13, Localife Ottawa met at The Grand Pizzeria in the Ottawa Byward Market.

YACC’s program director, Karine Chalifour, posts daily recaps on Facebook during Retreat Yourself and Survivor Conference. Here is a compilation of what she saw and felt during Retreat Yourself Adventure based in Rocky Harbour, NL from September 28-October 2, 2017.

On Sunday, September 24, 2017, over 120 Canadians took to the (sloped) streets in St. John’s, Halifax, Ottawa, and Toronto for the 18th Annual Climb.

We continue to be honoured to be included in Becky Sjare’s legacy. Huge thank you to everyone who came out and competed for your support.