LCAM

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Lung Cancer Awareness Month

Every year in November, people come together to recognize and raise awareness of the challenges that come from a diagnosis of lung cancer. It is through this recognition that individuals and groups have helped to make a difference for lung cancer patients, caregivers, family and friends. Special events and fundraisers are just some of the ways that communities are coming together to help support patients and raise awareness.

Our Events:

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November 9: 

Stakeholder Briefing:
- Launches the yearly Faces of Lung Cancer Report and discusses screening and testing while exploring provincial disparities and lessons learned from COVID-19
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November 17: 

Webinar Series: What's New In: EGFR +ve Lung Cancer webinar
- with Prof Tony Mok and Dr Barbara Melosky
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November 29: 
Evening of Hope:
- A national & for the first time, virtual, event celebrating survivorship and the progress being made in the fight against lung cancer
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December 3:
Webinar Series: What's New in: ALK +ve Lung Cancer webinar
- with Panelists Dr Natasha Leighl and Dr Ross Camidge
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There are lots of different ways that you can participate and promote Lung Cancer Awareness Month:

Here are some photos from past events. Use them to inspire your own ideas on how to raise awareness!
#LCAM #HopeUnites #GetInvolved

Proclamations 
Proclamation from Mayor John Tory of Toronto 
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Proclamation from Ontario Premier Doug Ford 
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Proclamation from Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil 
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Proclamation from Alberta Premier Jason Kennedy 
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Proclamation from Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe
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Proclamation from Newfoundland & Labrador Premier Dr. Andrew Furey 
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Proclamation from British Columbia Premier John Horgan
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Proclamation from Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister
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Proclamation from Governer General of Canada Julie Payette 
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Lighting
Check out the historic landmarks across Canada that will be lit either in LCC's green or lung cancer's official color of pearl/white in honour of Lung Cancer Awareness Month. If you happen to come across a landmark lit up for LCAM, feel free to send us a photo to post on our social media channels! 

November 1
Toronto City Hall 
3D Toronto Sign 
Science World 
Lethbridge City Hall

November 3 
BC Place Stadium 

November 4 
Calgary Tower

November 21st
Niagara Falls
Telus Spark Science Center 

November 29
CN Tower

November 30
Canada Place Sails of Light