Prostate Cancer Canada Network Ottawa News

Black Walnut – A Memorial Legacy Project of PCCN Ottawa

WHO - the black walnut project has been developed by Ottawa’s Prostate Cancer group known nationally as Prostate Cancer Canada Network Ottawa or PCCNO, a volunteer organization of men who are on their prostate cancer journey.

WHEN – the project planning started a year ago and was launched in May 2015.

WHY - PCCCN Ottawa decided to create a memorial legacy project that would recognize members who have dealt with prostate cancer. It creates an awareness footprint of prostate cancer in the community.

Update: PCCN Ottawa Proposed By-Law

The draft By-Law document was made available to the general membership for comment earlier this year. Comments received were reviewed and, where appropriate, incorporated into the updated version (marked as "Version 1: Proposed") which is available for download here. The current plan is to present this version to the general membership at the November 2015 meeting for ratification and adoption.

PCCN Ottawa Chairman Larry Peckford on CTV Ottawa

Larry Peckford underlines the importance of the Ultimate Run for Men's Cancer by describing his experience on CTV Ottawa.

http://www.ottawacancer.ca/events-article/ur4dad/

Jackie Manthorne and Mona Forrest, CCSN, given 2014 Dried Prostate Award.

Chuck Graham, Vice-Chairman, PCCN Ottawa; Mona Forrest, Secretary, CCSN; Jackie Manthorne, President & CEO, CCSN; Harvey Nuelle, Support Coordinator, PCCN Ottawa; Larry Peckford, Chairman, PCCN Ottawa.

CCSN has been a good friend of PCCN Ottawa and we applaud their work. Jackie and Mona join twenty-one individuals and groups who have been recognized since 1993 by way of our Dried Prostate Award.

Join us at the ULTIMATE RUN for Men's Cancers

The ULTIMATE RUN has raised more then $3.6 Million.

Support, run or walk this Father’s Day, on June 21st, 2015 at the Canadian Aviation and Space Museum.

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