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Who are you running for?

Impact and Opportunity with the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure


Vision

Who are you running for?

Creating a future without breast cancer

Mission

Contents

The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation is Canada’s leading community-driven breast cancer charity dedicated to:

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• funding relevant and innovative research and • supporting and advocating for the breast cancer community

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About the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation Who we are Breast cancer was a disease rarely talked about. The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation’s volunteer founders gave this cause a voice in 1986. Through the support of an incredible network of donors, volunteers, CIBC Run for the Cure participants and partners, we have made significant progress and stayed true to our grassroots beginnings. We are the largest non-government funder of breast cancer research in Canada – and through advocacy and education, we’re spreading the word about breast health and risk reduction.

With your support

With breast cancer affecting so many Canadians and their families, it’s no wonder the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation has the support of millions.

Since 1986, we have funded over $274 million towards breast cancer research grants and fellowships.

With the help of our donors, partners, corporate sponsors and volunteers, the Foundation has provided transformative support for the cause.

In 2012 alone, we funded over $26.5 million in over 90 grants across Canada.

Advocacy and education efforts led by the Foundation have increased breast cancer screening, community knowledge about breast cancer and risk reduction.

Where Our Funds Come From

Research funded by the Foundation has led to more effective treatment options that are helping to improve the quality of life for those diagnosed with the disease.

The majority of the money raised comes from the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure.

We are setting the pace for advancements in risk reduction, earlier detection, treatments and after-care support.

Foundation researchers have led advancements with global impact and as a result, today, the five-year survival rate for women in Canada diagnosed with breast cancer is 88 per cent and the mortality rate is down by almost 40 per cent since the 1950s. That’s real progress that our supporters have helped drive.

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Moving toward the future Why should we still support breast cancer? While much progress has been made, there is still a long way to go. Breast cancer continues to be the most frequently diagnosed cancer in Canadian women. To address this, the Foundation has taken a leadership role in addressing nationally identified priorities for breast cancer. Our regional grants fund the most promising research in the country, focused on addressing the disease across the breast cancer spectrum. Our national grant program has committed $6 million over the next five years to address the needs of young women with breast cancer, as breast cancer tends to be more aggressive in younger women, often moving to advanced stages more quickly.

Making an Impact Research Continued support allows the Foundation to play a vital role in internationally acclaimed, groundbreaking research discoveries. Our ongoing work is addressing key priorities that are changing lives, these include:

Contributing to oNGOING world renowned breast cancer research

Dr. Jim Brophy & Dr. Margaret Keith

recently made international headlines for their findings on breast cancer and the workplace, funded by the Foundation. They found an average increase in breast cancer risk of 42 per cent for women who work for a 10 year period in environments with high exposure to carcinogens and hormone disrupting chemicals. This landmark research provides new evidence to help inform discussions with governments, industry, health care providers and stakeholders about the serious effects occupational risk factors can have on the development of breast cancer, which impacts women every day in Ontario, across Canada and around the world.

SUPPORTING research breakthroughs

Dr. Sam Aparicio & Dr. Marco Marra led research that successfully decoded the genome of a primary breast cancer tumor and a secondary metastatic breast cancer tumor, learning that within a breast cancer tumor not all cells will carry the same genetic mutations and that over time, the cells can continue to mutate. Because of their research we now know that breast cancers need to be accounted for at every stage of tackling the disease and have the genomic tools to help better develop assessment tools and therefore a more targeted treatment.

Making an Impact Education

Improving patient experience and personalizing treatment

The Foundation is dedicated to advocating for and supporting the breast cancer community. We’re working to educate Canadians about breast cancer risk, being breast aware and advocating for equal access to care. Our community health grants enable us to collaborate with grassroots organizations and reach communities across ethno-cultural backgrounds with important breast health and breast cancer information.

Lunenfeld Research Institute at Mount Sinai Hospital - conducted research that has led to a new technological tool called DyNaMo that analyzes breast cancer tumours to predict a patient’s chances of recovery with over 80 per cent accuracy. This in turn helps determine a patient’s best treatment options.

For example, the Prairies/NWT Region’s Youth Advisory Council is dedicated to educating youth about risk reduction, early detection, and breast health information. The program works with the community to develop resources and engage young Canadians about the cause. This past summer, the Foundation’s Ontario Region embarked on The Pink Tour, which travelled across Ontario to 124 communities and invited over 35,000 visitors on board the Pink Tour bus to learn about breast health and breast cancer screening. Similar education programs have also been carried out in BC/Yukon and Atlantic Canada.

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Dr. Jeff Wrana and Ian Taylor, doctoral candidate – both at Samuel

Funding INNOVATIVE treatment research

Dr. Christopher Richardson

of Dalhousie University made international headlines in 2011 when he and his team discovered that the measles virus can infect and kill breast cancer cells, as well as other cancer cells. This breakthrough may result in new treatments for breast cancer.

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About the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation

CIBC Run for the Cure In 2012, Canadians united to raise over $30 million in the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure.

The CIBC Run for the Cure now takes place in over 60 communities across Canada and raised more than $30 million in 2012. This success is cause for celebration and hope. “The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure is an event like no other,” says Deborah Dubenofsky, Chair of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation National Board. “To stand in a crowd of thousands and feel connected to the team to your left walking for their friend,

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and the man in front of you running for his wife, and the breast cancer survivor to your right proudly wearing a pink survivor t-shirt, you feel part of something extraordinary. “We wish to commend all of our supporters for their generosity and passion for the breast cancer cause. We are also grateful to CIBC and our National Sponsors for their dedication and outstanding contribution to the success of the event. We will continue putting your donor dollars to work toward world-class researchers and health professionals who are making groundbreaking progress in breast cancer prevention, earlier detection, diagnosis, treatment and care. Together, we are making significant and meaningful steps towards our vision of creating a future without breast cancer.” Be a part of this powerful movement of people coming together to make a difference and support the CIBC Run for the Cure in 2013. To learn more, visit cbcf.org.

Image © Edward Allen

The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure is Canada’s largest single day, volunteer-driven fundraising event dedicated to raising funds for breast cancer research, education and awareness programs. The first event took place in Toronto in 1992 and was organized by a small group of volunteers who wanted to raise awareness and funds for the breast cancer cause. The CIBC Run for the Cure has made great strides since then, while staying true to its grassroots and our volunteer founders’ vision.

The 22nd annual Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure takes place on

Sunday, October 6, 2013


You can Make a Difference

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Fundraising announcent at Edmonton Run Site


The #2 Most Valuable sponsorship Property in Canada - Leverage the Emotional Drivers behind support In 2012 Ipsos Reid and TrojanOne partnered on a ground-breaking new research study designed to identify the triggers that make a sponsorship property valuable to consumers and their communities by delving into the minds and attitudes of 1,016 Canadians. The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation and the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure ranked as the number two most valuable properties in Canada today out of a list of 100 sponsorship properties that included charitable organizations, festivals & events, sporting properties and the arts.

Sponsorship National Sponsorship The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation is extremely grateful to our National Sponsors for making the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure such a success. National Sponsors integrate their support into the fabric of their organizations and are true champions of the breast cancer cause.

In addition to their promotional activities and on-site activation initiatives, National Sponsors encourage workplace giving and work with the Foundation to establish a corporate team to fundraise for and participate in the CIBC Run for the Cure, connecting their employees and customers with a common mission.

National Sponsors provide invaluable support by:

Many of our National Sponsors also develop cause marketing programs that take place throughout the year, extending their support beyond Run day and making a greater contribution toward the Foundation’s vision of creating a future without breast cancer.

Raising awareness of the event Offsetting event production costs Encouraging engagement through their promotional activities Fostering a positive Run day experience for our participants through innovative activation initiatives

This multi-faceted approach is truly a best practice in the sponsorship landscape, and is what the Foundation strives toward in our sponsorship development. Our team of sponsorship strategists work together with National Sponsors to develop tailored programs that align strategically with their brands in order to meet their objectives. Our sponsorship programs encompass a wide range of opportunities - from official suppliers to presenting sponsors and customized programs - to ensure that we find a good fit for a potential sponsoring company.

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National Sponsors CIBC

Title Sponsor

CIBC’s involvement in the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure started with passionate employees who ran for a colleague with breast cancer back in 1992. Two years later, CIBC was a National Sponsor of the event and since then, the CIBC Run for the Cure has become part of their corporate DNA. In 2012, 13,000 CIBC employees either participated or volunteered their time to support the event, raising $3 million in support for the Foundation. In 2012, CIBC sponsored the Post Secondary Challenge for the second year, encouraging universities and colleges to participate and fundraise, while building awareness about breast cancer risks and the importance of a healthy lifestyle. Top fundraisers had the chance to win CIBC Education Awards valued at $2,500. A live concert by Canadian band Walk Off the Earth was awarded to the highest fundraising institution. CIBC also launched three innovative social media initiatives – CIBC Pinspiration, encouraging supporters to use Pinterest to share what inspires them; Tweet the Run, encouraging use of #CIBCRunfortheCure to win 50,000 Aeroplan miles; and the ‘For All My Girls’ Mash-App on Facebook, inviting users to build an online video showcasing the women in their lives and encouraging Canadians to join the CIBC Run for the Cure. CIBC branches actively demonstrated their support through fundraising events, promotional displays, and the coveted CIBC Pink Collection™ - the 2012 Collection included a teddy bear, bracelet, key chain, lapel pin and tote bag, with 100% of net proceeds benefitting the Foundation. On Run day items from the CIBC Pink Collection™ were available on-site across Canada, and CIBC helped to create lasting memories for participants by hosting digital photo booths in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal and Halifax, and autograph sessions with Curtis Joseph at the Toronto site and Trevor Linden at the Vancouver site. CIBC employees at every level across the organization are dedicated to the CIBC Run for the Cure and to creating a future without breast cancer.

We are proud to team up with our National Sponsors to produce an event that is hopeful, inspirational and has significant impact within the breast cancer community.

“Walk into one of CIBC’s more than 1,100 branches in the months leading up to Run day and you’ll find pink everywhere. The event is part of the fabric of our organization.” says Christina Kramer, Executive Vice-President, CIBC.

East Side Mario’s

New Balance New Balance is proud to support the CIBC Run for the Cure and breast cancer survivors. In 2012, New Balance provided more than 12,000 pink technical t-shirts to survivor participants and also sponsored the Survivor Clinics, hosted by Running Room. Survivor Clinics provide those who have been affected by breast cancer with training to prepare for the CIBC Run for the Cure while connecting with caring supporters. On Run day, New Balance activated at three major urban centres by offering products in return for a donation to the Foundation, and teamed up with Running Room for fittings of New Balance running shoes. Participants who reached the $1,500 fundraising level could select a pair of New Balance running shoes and a gym bag through the Fundraising Rewards program. New Balance raises additional funds through their Lace Up for the Cure program, contributing up to $40,000 to the Foundation annually from the sale of specially branded 860 running shoes.

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Sponsorship

Proud to support the friends and families they serve, East Side Mario’s is a National Sponsor of the CIBC Run for the Cure and the presenting sponsor of the Friends and Family Team Challenge Award. East Side Mario’s restaurants across Canada kicked off their support of the event with a Mother’s Day promotion, encouraging event participation. This support continued through the fall by providing a $5 coupon to donors who made a $5 donation to the Foundation at any East Side Mario’s location. Local restaurants distributed coupons to participants and spectators on Run day, and held an autograph session with Toronto FC Major League Soccer team players at the Toronto Run site. East Side Mario’s representatives also proudly presented the Friends and Family Team Challenge Award to the top fundraising Friends and Family Team at each site, with a prize of a $350 gift card to East Side Mario’s. Additionally, their support of the Fundraising Rewards program gave participants the opportunity to receive a restaurant gift card at all levels of fundraising. Since 2009, the sponsorship and fundraising efforts of Team East Side Mario’s has contributed nearly $1 million to the Foundation.

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Running Room Running Room has been a proud National Sponsor of the CIBC Run for the Cure since the event’s inception in 1992. Running Room offers Run kit pickup at stores across Canada, and increases awareness and encourages fundraising through in-store, online, and print advertising. Running Room, in conjunction with New Balance, hosts Survivor Clinics providing survivors who have a goal of completing the 5k run with specialized training. In 2012, Survivor Clinic participants in Toronto were excited to run alongside Running Room founder John Stanton! On Run day, Running Room made their Pink Ribbon Wear clothing line available for purchase at many Run locations across Canada, with a portion of proceeds benefitting the Foundation. Pink Ribbon Wear articles are available year-round at Running Room stores, and through this program Running Room has contributed over $950,000 to the Foundation. Participants can engage further with Running Room through the Fundraising Rewards program, by choosing a store gift card from any level of fundraising achievement. Team Running Room also continues to support the Foundation and the CIBC Run for the Cure through their team fundraising.

Egg Farmers of Canada Now in their third year of supporting the CIBC Run for the Cure, Egg Farmers of Canada was proud to be the presenting sponsor of the Egg Farmers of Canada Get Cracking® Run day warm-up. At all Run sites across Canada, teams dressed in Get Cracking® t-shirts led participants in an active warm-up designed to engage and energize runners and walkers before they headed to the start line. The Egg Farmers of Canada tent was popular with participants on Run day, with a number of giveaways including bags, microwave egg cookers and recipe cards. This year, over 200 farmers, staff, family and friends participated from coast to coast, raising over $45,000 for the Foundation. In the months leading up to Run day, Egg Farmers of Canada created awareness for the event and encouraged participation through a national in-store promotion along with a coupon for eggs, which was found in grocery stores in September.

Revlon Through their enthusiastic CIBC Run for the Cure fundraising committee and the numerous events held throughout the year to recruit participants and raise funds, Team Revlon is a shining example of dynamic corporate fundraising. In association with their sponsorship of the CIBC Run for the Cure, Revlon is on-site at major centres on Run day including Vancouver, Toronto, and Montreal, offering participants the opportunity to make a donation in return for a valuable gift pack of Revlon products. Every dollar raised is contributed to the Foundation as part of Team Revlon’s fundraising total. Revlon’s unique social media campaign tied to the event, and their October cause marketing program, help to extend the reach of the CIBC Run for the Cure beyond Run day.

Official National Suppliers Our Official National Suppliers help to create a positive participant experience at the CIBC Run for the Cure, and add value to the event by providing donations of essential products on Run day. Their support includes product donations, as well as coordination of the logistics associated with ensuring the products arrive at each Run site across Canada in time for the event. In 2012, through valuable partnerships with Dole Sparklers, Lipton Iced Tea, and Country Harvest, participants were once again hydrated and re-energized after completing their run or walk. Similar to the National Sponsors, these brands also make a year-round commitment to the Foundation through individual cause marketing programs. In addition, PepsiCo’s team ‘Pepsi Inspires Hope’ continues to be the second highest fundraising team Canada-wide, with an inspirational committee and creative fundraising events held in the months leading up to the event.

Canpar Canpar, the Official Courier to the CIBC Run for the Cure, is proud to have provided nearly $1 million in courier services in support of the event since their partnership began in 1998. Canpar facilitates the delivery of hundreds of thousands of items to our Run sites across Canada each year, including t-shirts, signage, and prizing. Canpar also creates awareness and encourages participation for the event through displaying the CIBC Run for the Cure logo on select trucks Canada-wide, posting promotional messaging online, and distributing materials to their wide consumer base.

Regional Sponsors Atlantic

BC/Yukon

Team Canpar continues to support the event through fundraising, and on Run day, Canpar trucks assist with the production of the event by acting as baggage check stations, assisting with water distribution, and where necessary, guiding participants along the route.

Prairies/nwt

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Volunteers Volunteer with us

Volunteer leadership

Volunteers are at the heart of the success of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure. This volunteer-driven event relies on thousands of volunteers each year. In fact, the CIBC Run for the Cure was started in 1992 by a group of dedicated women with a personal connection to breast cancer and has been driven by a strong volunteer force ever since.

There is a special group of dedicated volunteers that is the driving force behind the CIBC Run for the Cure in each Run site across Canada. These Volunteer Run Directors and committee members are true local heroes, ensuring we hold safe events and raise much needed funds for the breast cancer cause.

Often motivated by a personal connection to the cause, over 12,000 volunteers generously assist with everything from setting up the route, hanging banners, handing out bagels or being a part of a “cheering squad” to encourage and thank runners and walkers for their support along the route on Run day.

The Foundation is extremely grateful for our outstanding volunteers as they breathe passion into everything they do. Their energy, drive and commitment to the cause continues to inspire us and allows us to fund relevant and innovative research while supporting and advocating for the breast cancer community.

“Watching the crowd on Run day is an emotional experience and makes me realize that I am doing my part in helping create a future without breast cancer!”

To learn more about volunteer opportunities for the 2013 CIBC Run for the Cure, please visit cbcf.org.

Stephanie Hale, Volunteer Run Director, Halifax

“I began volunteering with the Foundation after being personally touched by breast cancer with the loss of my grandma and colleagues from CIBC. I wanted to give my time, energy and fundraising dollars to help create a future without breast cancer. I continue to volunteer because I know I am making a difference.”

“This year’s Winnipeg CIBC Run for the Cure was wonderful! It not only raised more dollars but it raised my spirits. As I stood outside of Shaw Park and watched the participants start to arrive and join the volunteers who had been there most of the night setting up, I was humbled by the realization that all these people wanted to join us, the committee, in making a difference. I am so proud of my fellow Manitobans, thank you.”

“I volunteer as a Run Director because of the wonderful experience is provides back to me. The Foundation is very supportive, my relationship with my Co-Run Director is amazing, and when I look around the committee table and I hear everyone’s stories, I am constantly reminded of why I volunteer for the Foundation - for my mum.”

Jeffrey Nold, Volunteer Run Director, Toronto

Lilian Tankard, Volunteer Run Director, Winnipeg

Laura Clarke, Volunteer Run Director, Victoria

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Olive Media

National Post

Finding Hope blog

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Metro

Throughout the months leading up to the CIBC Run for the Cure, the Foundation and its sponsors reach out to Canadians to generate awareness and drive excitement for Run day. These efforts include a national integrated marketing and communications plan that encompasses traditional and social media, community-driven special events and promotions, distribution of marketing collateral and regular e-mail communication to our database.

Chatelaine Rogers Digital

Media The canadian breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure draws significant media coverage across the country for months leading up to Run day that extends to our sponsors.

YouTube

Star Media Group

Food Network

A strategic, multi-channel advertising campaign is executed leading up to the event, targeting CIBC Run for the Cure communities through television, radio, print, out of home and digital mediums. In 2012, this resulted in over 155 million impressions and nearly $1.1 million in pro-bono media value (excluding TV & radio). In addition, more than 6,600 TV spots and almost 7,400 radio spots were tracked from June through September 2012. With its broad reach, Canadians were inspired to unite and support our vision of creating a future without breast cancer.

Social Media

Crackle It’s On Canadian Living Adconion Media Group

Casale Media

Weather Network

In addition to traditional media, social media tools including Facebook, Twitter, the Finding Hope blog and YouTube, also serve to reach Canadians and connect supporters of the CIBC Run for the Cure. These tools allow users to interact with the Foundation and each other, building ties within their community. Social media engagement continues to deepen and grow year after year. This is demonstrated by a 42 per cent increase in Facebook fans and a 47 per cent increase of followers on Twitter from Run day in 2011 to Run day in 2012. Dozens of CIBC Run for the Cure-related tweets were sent by celebrities, public figures, news organizations and businesses on Run day in 2012.

From Run day in 2011 to Run day in 2012

42%

increase in Facebook fans

47%

increase of followers on Twitter

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Canada’s largest single day, volunteer-driven fundraising event

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Join The Movement How to get involved

Volunteer

There are many ways to get involved with this extraordinary event to ensure the Foundation can continue to make a significant impact in the breast cancer community.

Participate and Fundraise Participating in the CIBC Run for the Cure is an experience like no other. It’s an inspiring day filled with emotion and celebration where you can walk or run, 5k or 1k, with your family, friends and colleagues. Although there is no minimum fundraising requirement, participants are encouraged to fundraise so the Foundation can continue funding groundbreaking research, education, and awareness initiatives.

Participating with a team multiplies the fun, the laughter and even the tears that you share at the event. It also strengthens the impact that you have in helping the Foundation achieve its vision. You’ll have a wider pool of donors and can band together for group fundraising activities. Together with your friends, family, classmates and co-workers, you make an even greater impact than you could alone.

The CIBC Run for the Cure is a volunteer-led event that relies on thousands of volunteers each year. In 2012, over 12,000 volunteers dedicated their time and energy to help make the event a success. Volunteers support everything from setting up routes, to hanging banners, to joining local organizing committees, to providing overall leadership as Volunteer Run Directors.

Make a Donation or donate to a Participant By donating to the Foundation either directly or by donating to a CIBC Run for the Cure participant, you are joining a national movement dedicated to creating a future without breast cancer. Whether your gift is large or small, every dollar you give makes a difference.

Corporate Giving and Sponsorship The CIBC Run for the Cure could not take place without the philanthropic efforts of some of Canada’s foremost corporations, which demonstrates their commitment to the Foundation and the cause through national, regional and local sponsorships. Sponsors make a significant contribution to the overall success of the event. In addition to their financial gift, sponsors rally employees, family, friends and customers to fundraise, donate and volunteer at the CIBC Run for the Cure. In return, benefits include: association with a leading national breast cancer organization, event on-site activation, recognition on campaign and event marketing materials, exposure on our website and in communication to our database and creative sponsorship activations. For more information about sponsorship opportunities, e-mail corpdev@cbcf.org.

60 communities across Canada raised over $30 million last year alone

Corporate Giving Initiatives Corporate donations Matching gifts Fundraising Volunteering

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Join The Movement

No matter the size of the company, you can make a difference through a range of corporate giving initiatives including corporate donations, matching gifts, fundraising and donations for volunteering efforts. These charitable initiatives are hallmarks of a socially responsible organization and can enhance an organization’s reputation, increase brand recognition, help attract quality employees, and increase retention.

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Contact Us Central Office

Regional Offices

Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation - Central Office 375 University Avenue, Suite 301 Toronto, ON M5G 2J5 Tel.: 416-596-6773 or Toll free: 1-800-387-9816

Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation - Atlantic Region 5251 Duke Street, Suite 417 Halifax, NS B3J 1P3 Tel.: 902-422-5520 or Toll free: 1-866-273-2223

cbcf.org

Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation - BC/Yukon Region 300-1090 West Pender Street Vancouver, BC V6E 2N7 Tel.: 604-683-2873 or Toll free: 1-866-561-6111 Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation - Ontario Region 20 Victoria Street, 6th Floor Toronto, ON M5C 2N8 Tel.: 416-815-1313 or Toll free: 1-866-373-6313 Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation - Prairies/NWT Region 700, 10665 Jasper Avenue Edmonton, AB T5J 3S9 Tel.: 780-452-1166 or Toll free: 1-866-302-CBCF (2223)

CIBC Run for the Cure Partner Quebec Breast Cancer Foundation 1155 René-Lévesque West, Suite 1705 Montreal, QC H3B 3Z7 Tel.: 514-871-1717 www.rubanrose.org

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Run Report 2012