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With 1 in 2 Canadians diagnosed, it is hard to not find a family touched by cancer. We all know and love people who lost their lives to cancer, or who are courageously facing it today. Doves of Hope is a campaign helping to change the lives of cancer patients and bring hope to their families.
 
Every gift, every dove is supporting research breakthroughs and innovative patient care at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, the only Canadian research and comprehensive treatment centre devoted exclusively to cancer.

Both at the Cancer Centre and here online, doves fly in a display of hope and strength that we can Conquer Cancer In Our Lifetime.

Future Care Now at The Princess Margaret


 
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Past Dove Stories



 

Alison

If you met Alison, you’d never forget her. Her energy was boundless, and her smile was infectious. At only 32 years old, she had launched her own public relations company, and it was going incredibly well because when Alison did something, she put everything into it. Even cancer didn’t slow her down – at first. When it returned a second time, she was still hopeful, positive and fought as much as she could until she passed away on November 17, 2015.               

Alison

Vinesha

Vinesha’s family was preparing for the worst. She was only 19 years old, and yet she was facing her second battle with cancer. She had beaten it once, only to have it return in her lungs. And then the doctors told her she had six months to live. But that was more than a decade ago. She found hope and healing at The Princess Margaret, and today she’s cancer-free.                                                                                                                                                                                              

Vinesha

Ashley

While beginning her last year of university, with exciting plans for the future, Ashley May Miklas’ life took an unexpected turn. At 21 years old, she was diagnosed with a rare and incurable sarcoma. Ashley confronted her diagnosis with courage and grace, remaining strong with the support of her mother Holly, father Paul, and two older brothers, Adam and Matthew. Despite how hard Ashley fought for 10 long and painful months, she passed away on September 18th, 2018.           

Ashley

Every dove tells a story — perhaps it might be someone you’ve lost, a friend or family member who’s been diagnosed with cancer, or even a doctor, nurse, or hospital staff member.
Your donation tells families they are not alone.

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